A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.
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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Alex Riedel from SAPIEN about PrimalScript and Visual PowerShell!
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- Hal was interviewed on VIRTUMANIA 20
- CodePlex releases:
- Be sure to fill out SAPIEN’s Backup Survey
- Watch SecManiac’s blog for news from this year’s Blackhat conference
- SQL Saturday #28 at LSU is Aug 14th
- SAPIEN 2010 Backup Survey
- PrimalScript 2011
- Visual PowerShell 2011
- Why use PowerShell to create Windows Forms applications?
- <meson> ## Why create a brand new solution when there are so many existing solutions already?
- <ChadMiller> ##Does their source control integrate /w TFS, StarTeam or SVN i.e. enterprise ?
- <meson> ## What about WPF?
- <Jaykul> ## Does the source control support standard ms scc plugins or something so you can change source control systems?
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· Restart services, processes, or entire servers
· Check mailbox settings
· Unlock user accounts
· Reset passwords
· Run custom scripts
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- Making a Module in One Easy Lesson
- Max shows us how to build a SQL utility using Visual PowerShell 2011
- ShellHub.com from Don Jones
- Use PowerShell to send SMS messages
- PowerShell Profile Do’s and Don’ts
- SQL Server Remoting lessons:
- Keep track of your Admins from Ben Short
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