A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.
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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Lee Holmes from the PowerShell team!
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· Execute queries remotely to determine if services or processes are running
· Restart services, processes, or entire servers
· Check mailbox settings
· Unlock user accounts
· Reset passwords
· Run custom scripts
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- Breaking news: Poshcode.org has been given permission to publish over 100 scripts from Lee Holmes PowerShell Cookbook!
- New PowerShell, AD and PowerGui training
- VMware releases Onyx 2.0
- Ed Wilson will be presenting at SQL Saturday #46 in Raleigh 9/18/10
This segment is brought to you by SAPIEN Technologies.
Notable Comments from the Chatroom
<SQLvariant-1> ##Good Point. What are MSFT thoughts on how to make scheduling PoSh scripts a lot easier for everyone else (it’s simple for me, just schedule with SQL Agent)
<Jaykul> you can tell him you heard a rumor I got permission
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- Andy Schneider started a How and Why of Learning PowerShell series
- Converting CSV file or files into an Excel workbook
- Boe Prox posted a link to a PowerCLI 4.1 cmdlet poster
- Don Jones writes on using PowerShell to compare baseline configurations
- A tip from The Scripting Guys on determining service launch order
- How to hide CPU NX bits in VMware using PowerCLI (discussion)
- PowerShell MVP Martin Zugec writes about using the new-webserviceproxy cmdlet with email address usernames