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  • How To Remotely Invoke Applications With PowerShell
    How To Remotely Invoke Applications With PowerShell
    in How-To
    Unfortunately, not all applications are created with remote execution in mind. Thankfully, PowerShell provides a number of ways to invoke applications on remote computers. Read More
  • How To Send Files Over WinRM With PowerShell
    How To Send Files Over WinRM With PowerShell
    in How-To
    In this tutorial, we'll go over how to send files over WinRM using the new WMF v5 way and we will touch on how to get this done with down-level versions of PowerShell as well. Read More
  • Intro To String Formatting In PowerShell
    Intro To String Formatting In PowerShell
    in How To
    String formatting can be extremely useful when writing PowerShell scripts. Here's how to use expanding strings and PowerShell's format operator to get more out of strings. Read More
  • How To Use PowerShell DSC To Build A Hyper-V Virtual Machine
    How To Use PowerShell DSC To Build A Hyper-V Virtual Machine
    in How To
    PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) allows you to use declarative code to define Hyper-V VMs and ensure they stay configured the right way. DSC also requires less code to manage Hyper-V. Read More
  • Intro To PowerShell DSC Local Configuration Manager (LCM) - Configuration Modes
    Intro To PowerShell DSC Local Configuration Manager (LCM) - Configuration Modes
    in How To
    The LCM is an essential part of DSC and can be a very powerful tool in the IT admin's tool belt. Today, we take a look at 'ConfigurationMode,' which can be useful in monitoring changes that DSC wants to make. Read More
  • How To Find And Download Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resources
    How To Find And Download Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resources
    in How To
    If you're ready to take Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) configuration to the next level, you can do so with DSC resources -- here's how you can get started. Read More
  • Object-Oriented PowerShell Module Design
    Object-Oriented PowerShell Module Design
    in How-To
    As your PowerShell modules get more complex, planning and design start to become necessary. Using an object-oriented approach can help you create more manageable, scalable PowerShell modules. Read More
  • How To Use Regex Groups In PowerShell
    How To Use Regex Groups In PowerShell
    in How-To
    The [regex] type accelerator can be a powerful tool to match and parse strings in PowerShell. Here's how you can get started using it today. Read More
  • How To Manage IIS Websites With PowerShell
    How To Manage IIS Websites With PowerShell
    in How To
    When setting up a new website in IIS are you still using the IIS Web Manager? If so, allow us to show you a much more scalable, reliable and faster way to make that happen using PowerShell. Read More
  • How To Manage IIS Application Pools With PowerShell
    How To Manage IIS Application Pools With PowerShell
    in How To
    Where do you turn when you're managing an IIS web server farm with potentially dozens or hundreds of app pools? PowerShell, of course! Read More
  • How To Commit Code To TFS With PowerShell
    How To Commit Code To TFS With PowerShell
    in How To
    Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server (TFS) is a great source code control system from the user’s perspective. Once code is being tracked by TFS it’s a pretty easy process to commit changes. Read More
  • Intro To Managing Hyper-V VMs With PowerShell
    Intro To Managing Hyper-V VMs With PowerShell
    in How To
    If you're managing more than one virtual machine in Hyper-V, PowerShell can prove to be a very handy tool to managing your VMs remotely. Here's how to get started. Read More
  • How To Troubleshoot Dynamic DNS (DDNS) Updates
    How To Troubleshoot Dynamic DNS (DDNS) Updates
    in How To
    Dynamic DNS can be extremely useful, but only when it's working correctly. Here's how you can troubleshoot and identify potential problems with DDNS. Read More
  • Adaptiva OneSite 5.5 Enables Real-Time, Global SCCM Management
    Adaptiva OneSite 5.5 Enables Real-Time, Global SCCM Management
    in News
    Adaptiva announced the release of OneSite 5.5, the latest version of the company's single site Microsoft System Configuration Manager (SCCM) solution. Read More
  • How To Sync Folders With PowerShell
    How To Sync Folders With PowerShell
    in How To
    Although there is software that will sync files and folders for you, even paid software can be limiting. This is where a good PowerShell script can be your best option. Read More
  • How To Build Scheduled Tasks In PowerShell
    How To Build Scheduled Tasks In PowerShell
    in How To
    In this article we'll walk you through the process of creating scheduled tasks with PowerShell's ScheduledTasks module instead of the GUI. Read More
  • How To Build An Interactive Menu Inside Of A PowerShell Script
    How To Build An Interactive Menu Inside Of A PowerShell Script
    in How To
    Learn how to design and build your own interactive menus inside of your PowerShell scripts to help non-PowerShell users more easily navigate and use them. Read More
  • Top 3 PowerShell Best Practices
    Top 3 PowerShell Best Practices
    in How To
    PowerShell is an extremely flexible scripting language, which is why it's so appealing to IT professionals. To ensure your code can be read and executed correctly, follow these three PowerShell best practices. Read More
  • Puppet Continues Focus On Windows Server Environments With New DSC, WSUS Modules
    Puppet Continues Focus On Windows Server Environments With New DSC, WSUS Modules
    in News
    Puppet announced two new Windows modules for PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) and Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). Read More
  • How To Build Recursive Functions In PowerShell
    How To Build Recursive Functions In PowerShell
    in How To
    Recursive functions are best utilized in scripts that require nesting items in a hierarchy of sorts. Here's how to understand and build recursive functions in PowerShell. Read More