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Tags: books, powercli, powershell, vmware
Categories : Contest, General News
If you would like to win a copy of the excellent new PowerShell & PowerCLI book by Luc Dekens, Alan Renouf, Jonathan Medd, Glenn Sizemore, and Arnim van Lieshout, titled VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration, then all you have to do is leave a comment or follow @powerscripting and retweet this story’s link! We will give away one (physical) copy tonight during the podcast. You don’t need to be present at the incredibly fun and informative live stream that we do every Thursday at 9:30pm EST on Ustream to win (but we’d love to see you!). Obviously we have to be able to contact you via email or twitter to obtain your shipping address, so follow us on twitter so we can DM you, or leave your email address when you comment on this blog post.
P.S. If you don’t win, keep listening, we have a few ebook copies to give away as well.
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Tags: ad, Adam Driscoll, intel, new-viproperty, powercli, PowerGUI VSX, quest, TrainSignal, vpro
Categories : Podcast
A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.
In This Episode
Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Adam Driscoll about PowerGUI Visual Studio Extensions
Execute commands and scripts from anywhere including the office and remote locations, as well as from a Web browser or smart phone with PowerGUI Pro from Quest Software. With the MobileShell feature, administrators can quickly run commands to troubleshoot problems or make changes, even when away from your desk! This gives teams more flexibility to work remotely while traveling, and to leverage admins from other offices in case of an emergency.
· 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
Visit quest.com/powerguipro and see why PowerShell and Quest PowerGUI are the ultimate Windows management tools.
This segment is brought to you by SAPIEN Technologies.
This segment is brought to you by Serverfault.com!
PowerCLI 4.1 has introduced a big change to the namespace of its .NET types. Listen to the show as we elaborate on the impact of this change to your scripts. You can also read more about this on Poshoholic
and the VI PowerShell blog