Waiting for a task to complete can be very frustrating—especially when there is no feedback about whether a process is performing properly and when it will be done.  For your users with attention span issues—or even those who just want to know what is going on—providing status feedback in your scripts can create a much more satisfying experience. In the March installment of Windows PowerShell, Don Jones shows you everything you need to know to provide status in your Windows PowerShell scripts.

And don't miss the March cmdlet of the month, where Don explains troubleshooting with Tee-Object.

Cheers,
matt