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How to place a group in Maintenance Mode using PowerShell

How to place a group in Maintenance Mode using PowerShell

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GrayAndYellowGears Our very own Mr. Steve Rachui had another great post over on his blog yesterday morning, this time about how to use PowerShell to put a group into Maintenance Mode:

Steve? Why are you writing a post on how to place a group in maintenance mode using powershell?  There are already LOTS of solutions out there to put a group in maintenance mode – why spend time on another?  Good question.  The reason?  Efficiency.

To get all the details and see Steve's script see Place a Group in Maintenance Mode with Powershell.

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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  • We can not think in one way and still getthe best answer. Let those who chose to tell or talk or write different then we may do it. It will bring about a better solution. Just try it

  • There are a lot of systems out there, but if you do not test the new ones how will you know if you have the best?

  • Operating systems are all alike to a degre, and what would be the be benefit of this one

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