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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 23/27)

Here’s PowerShell remoting summed up in one word: addictive.

Once you see how powerful this thing is you’ll never go back to opening remote desktop to RDP into a box again…

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 22/27)

In this post you’re going to learn about PowerShell jobs. Then in the next post I’ll show you PowerShell remoting and security and then in Part 24 we’ll explore PowerShell scripting.

We’re on the home stretch now.. let’s go!

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 21/27)

Today we’re going to talk about how PowerShell exposes information at the hardware and software layer of your computers and servers.

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 20/27)

One of the most exciting features to ever come to PowerShell are Providers

Providers won’t make you go “Who! this is amazing man wow Vonnie this is so freggin’ cool” but they will make you smile.  Why?  Because you can access almost any data source as a drive.  So you can CD into an IIS: directory or change into a Registry directory.  So instead of busting open Regedit you can CD and DIR into your Registry hives just a like they were folders on your hard drive!

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 19/27)

In this quick post I want to you show you a really easy way to format your output.  You’ve already seen how to filter columns, sort output and remove unwanted information with where-object.  Now I want to show you how to spruce up the final result a bit.

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