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Charting with PowerShell
You may be aware that there are some 3-rd party add-ins for PowerShell that allow you to create charts and graphs from your PowerShell scripts. What you may not be aware of is that there is a free download from Microsoft that will allow you to do the same. The Microsoft Chart Controls for Microsoft ...
28 Apr 2009
Programming Hyper-V with WMI and C# - Getting Started
You may have seen from a recent post that I received a new laptop that was capable of running Hyper-V. Well, it's all fully installed and working, so I thought I might blog about it a bit. There are plenty of existing blogs on Hyper-V, so I thought I might take a slightly different tack and...
11 Aug 2008
Viewing Your MSDN Product Keys Off-Line
If you have an MSDN subscription, then you'll know that the subscription includes a set of product keys for use with the versions of Office, Windows, etc that your subscription gives you access to. The keys can be viewed on-line at the MSDN subscriber site, but this isn't great if you don't have...
9 Mar 2008
Clustering Best Practices: Checking Hotfix Compliance
Do you use Microsoft Clustering? Are your clusters configured according to the current Microsoft recommended practices? How can you be sure of the configuration? Questions, questions. The first is easy, the second you might be unsure of and the third is somewhat more difficult. If you search around Microsoft...
3 May 2007
(Re-)Start Me Up ...
As I mentioned in a recent post , I'm currently working on a Windows Vista workshop. As part of that, I've created a simple application that demonstrates the basic interaction of the Windows Installer with Vista's new Restart Manager (RM). I thought I'd post some information on how easy this was to do...
12 Apr 2007
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