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Video: Splatting in Windows PowerShell 2.0
In Windows PowerShell 2.0, splatting refers to a way in which you can bundle parameters to send to a command. Don Jones wrote about this in the March 2011 issue of TechNet Magazine . In this companion video, he steps you through Splatting in Windows PowerShell 2.0 . And while you're there, become...
21 Apr 2011
Video: Configure More Sophisticated Formatting in Windows PowerShell
Get an overview of how the formatting system works in Windows PowerShell and learn how you can manipulate its formatting settings for more sophisticated, customized output . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow our...
18 Mar 2011
Video: Using Windows PowerShell Profiles
Don Jones demonstrates how to use profiles in Windows PowerShell to automatically load modules and snap-ins, define functions, and customize the shell each time you open a new session. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow...
18 Mar 2011
Video: Beyond Basic Scripting in Windows PowerShell
Don Jones looks at how you can use the pipeline to chain complex commands , making Windows PowerShell more than just a procedural scripting language. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow our daily tips: • facebook...
17 Mar 2011
Video: Use Batch Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell
Batch Cmdlets: Forget loops. Don Jones steps you through the easier and preferred way to work with multiple items in Windows PowerShell . Follow our daily tips: • facebook.com/TechNetTips • twitter.com/TechNetTips • blogs.technet.com/tnmag
11 Mar 2011
Video: Using the Windows PowerShell Pipeline
Don Jones explains how the Windows PowerShell pipeline works and demonstrates how you can get more out of it . Follow our daily tips: • facebook.com/TechNetTips • twitter.com/TechNetTips • blogs.technet.com/tnmag
18 Feb 2011
Video: Windows PowerShell Basics (Getting Started)
We posted another Windows PowerShell video on the TechNet Tips Facebook page. In this video, Don Jones steps you through Windows PowerShell basics to help you get started. Watch it now . Follow our daily tips: • facebook.com/TechNetTips • twitter.com/TechNetTips • blogs.technet.com...
16 Feb 2011
Video: How to Make a PowerShell Command into a Reusable Tool
We just posted a video on the TechNet Tips Facebook page . Don Jones demonstrate how you can make a Windows PowerShell command into a reusable tool . Follow our daily tips: • facebook.com/TechNetTips • twitter.com/TechNetTips • blogs.technet.com/tnmag
9 Feb 2011
New Windows 7 Learning Material
The Microsoft Learning team has come out with a great series of bite-sized “Learning Snacks” to help introduce you to new features coming in Windows 7. They’ve just released a new series of Snacks this week, and we thought you might enjoy them! Desktop Experience in Windows 7 Setting Up a Home Network...
21 Apr 2009
Utility Spotlight: Screenrecorder
Free and Fun—Make your own screencast! Whether you are having probl ems yourself getting something to work correctly on your computer and are working with tech support, or you're trying to help someone else solve such problems, you have probably spent hours describing or explaining events over and over...
6 Mar 2009
SQL Server: Understanding Logging and Recovery in SQL Server
Logging and recovery are critical parts of SQL Server, but they are often poorly understood. Why is it possible for the transaction log to grow unbounded? Why does it sometimes take so long for the database to come online after a system crash? Why can't logging be turned off completely? Why can't I recover...
28 Jan 2009
TechNet Magazine February 2009 Is Now Available Online
The February 2009 issue of TechNet Magazine is now available online. Discover how you can use Excel and SharePoint to provide Business Intelligence in your organization, learn about logging and recovery in SQL Server and learn how to maintain a better database, see how you can automate the deployment...
13 Jan 2009
TechNet Magazine January 2009 Issue Available Online
The January 2009 issue of TechNet Magazine is now available online. Learn about Identity Lifecycle Manager 2, delve into Group Policy Preferences, get an overview of advanced SQL Server troubleshooting with Extended Events, discover a handy free utility for managing USB flash drives, and more. FEATURE...
9 Dec 2008
Windows PowerShell: Build a Better Inventory Tool
In the previous installment of the Windows PowerShell column ( Windows PowerShell: Building Your Own Software Inventory Tool ), Don Jones demonstrated a Windows PowerShell-based inventory tool. Continuing on with that discussion in the December 2008 installment (which is now available online), Don Jones...
26 Nov 2008
Windows PowerShell: Building Your Own Software Inventory Tool
In the November 2008 installment of our Windows PowerShell column (which is available online ), Don Jones demonstrates how to create a tool that will inventory the operating system build number (this is one of the best ways to determine the OS version) and service pack version number from a list of computers...
21 Oct 2008
SQL Server 2008: Track Changes in Your Database
"For developers, one difficult problem in SQL Server is tracking what data has changed in a database. An even greater challenge is architecting a simple solution that doesn’t heavily impact workload performance and isn't difficult to create, implement, and manage. So why go to all the trouble...
16 Oct 2008
TechNet Magazine November 2008 Issue Is available online
The November 2008 issue of TechNet Magazine is now available online. FEATURE ARTICLES ...
2 Oct 2008
Mark Russinovich On Security, The Future of Windows, and Joining Microsoft
David Tesar recently posted an interview with Mark Russinovich . In the interview, Mark discusses joining Microsoft, the future of Sysinternals , what's in store for Security, and where Windows is headed. Mark Russinovich , of course, has also written some fantastic articles for TechNet Magazine : Windows...
4 Sep 2008
Windows PowerShell: String Theory
Don Jones has been known to proclaim that "If you're parsing a string in Windows PowerShell, you're doing something wrong." Unfortunately, you sometimes have no choice but to work with strings. The good news is that w hile Windows PowerShell is an object oriented tool, it is also able to parse...
22 Aug 2008
A Sneak Peek at Windows PowerShell 2.0
Windows PowerShell 2.0 is in the works and the Community Technology Preview 2 (CTP2) is now available for download . The new version will offer some handy new features, including Remote Management capabilities. In the August 2008 installment of our Windows PowerShell column, Don Jones gives a sneak...
31 Jul 2008
Windows PowerShell in System Center Operations Manager
Windows PowerShell is a powerful scripting language that was released to the public in November 2006 and has been downloaded more than two million times since then. In this article, Marco Shaw gives an overview of how you can use Windows PowerShell in System Center Operations Manager to perform...
18 Jul 2008
Top Tips for Effective Database Maintenance
In the August 2008 issue of TechNet Magazine, Paul Randal offers invaluable guidance to involuntary DBAs (those people who are not trained database administrators but somehow end up responsible for a database). In the article, Paul gives a crash course on key tips for effectively maintaining a production...
17 Jul 2008
August 2008 issue of TechNet Magazine available online
The August 2008 issue of TechNet Magazine is now available online. FEATURE ARTICLES Far too often, people who are not trained database administrators end up responsible for managing one or more databases. In the latest issue of TechNet Magazine , Paul Randal offers a crash course for all those involuntary...
14 Jul 2008
Windows PowerShell: The Drop Box
In the July 2008 installment of the Windows PowerShell column, Don Jones discusses filtering functions, the pipeline, and custom objects , and he demonstrates how you can use these techniques for some pretty powerful results. Don also explains how ping-pong balls hold the key to understanding how Windows...
26 Jun 2008
Utility Spotlight: Microsoft SharedView
What if you’re on the other side of the world and you need to get together with oth ers on your team to make a decision that can’t wait? With Microsoft SharedView, you can connect with up to 15 people in different locations and evaluate the relevant information together by sharing what's on your desktop...
24 Jun 2008
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