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    On the TechNet Wiki (Beta) we encourage IT Pros and Devs to start a wiki article, even though they may not have all the information required to complete it. Troubleshooting articles, in particular, as well as “link aggregations” can profit greatly from this approach. Check out the How to Create a Stub...
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    I am reading a great book for IT Pros who want to learn PowerShell: Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches . Why do I have PowerShell on the brain right now? Don puts it this way: “… your choice is, Learn PowerShell,  or would you like fries with that?” The book is excellent for IT Pros...