Episode 181 – Karl Prosser on Portable PowerShell and v3

9 04 2012
A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.

In This Episode

Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Karl Prosser about Portable PowerShell and PowerShell v3


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The Question

First PC: C-64





3 responses

9 04 2012

Reblogged this on DanielHeth's Blog.

9 04 2012

Thanks for the publicity guys. I’m the developer of PowerShell for TEM and believe PowerShell is a keystone to any enterprise containing windows systems. I’m a Professional Services Engineer at IBM working on TEM. TEM is designed specifically to remotely managing an entire enterprise easily and from one central console. I’ve found PowerShell is the perfect tool when performing troubleshooting steps related to our windows agent service.
I published PowerShell for TEM to help other admins to manage their TEM infrastructure very easily. Your notice of my fledgling project will help get awareness out there and possibly attact other developers to help make psTEM an excellent library.

29 04 2012
Episode 181 – Karl Prosser on Portable PowerShell and v3 « DanielHeth's Blog

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