Episode 54 – the case of the missing interview

15 01 2009

A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.

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In This Episode

We’ve got a ton of news and resources for you as well as a new tip.

News

Admin Script Editor (which recently received Windows IT Pro’s top award) provides a true integrated scripting environment for PowerShell. Advanced features include an integrated PowerShell debugger, advanced code generating tools for Active Directory, Databases, XML files and more. Let’s not forget about the exclusive PowerShell forms designer. Come see for yourself– Admin Script Editor v3.5 is availble for a 45 day trial at AdminScriptEditor.com.

  • PowerShell CTP3 was released!
  • Jeffrey Snover will be on the Mind of Root podcast next Wednesday to talk about WSMAN and WinRM

Resources

When it comes to scripting, you’re a warrior. But mighty warriors need mighty tools! For awesome PowerShell scripting, nothing matches the might of Quest’s PowerGUI. Versatile and easy to use, PowerGUI helps you build commanding scripts that leverage PowerShell’s strength across the enterprise. Now, ruling your domain is easier than ever.
Is your scripting might equal to the challenge? Put the power in your hands – download PowerGUI today

Tips

This segment is brought to you by Idera:

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  • PowerShell is not case sensitive, except for when it is
    • ADSI (example)
    • Get-ChildItem -Filter
    • .NET classes

 

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One response

20 01 2009
thomas lee

Under Resources for this podcast, you kindly mention a web services script. Just for the record, it appears on Tobias’s site, but I wrote it. I also, as you called out, decorated it using the AutoHelp stuff.

Also, the term AutoHelp is one I coined as there was not real term to cover it. I am hopeful it will catch on.

Keep up the great work.

Thomas

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