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Rapid PowerShell Development with ISESteroids

Rapid PowerShell Development with ISESteroids

Should you frequently experience de-ja-vus while writing PowerShell code – “didn’t I type in this [function|loop|statement|you name it] before?”, “how did this darn syntax for [you name it] work again?”… Read more »

How PowerShell saved the day – Jan Egil Ring

How PowerShell saved the day – Jan Egil Ring

We’re now kicking off a new series on PowerShell Magazine called “How PowerShell saved the day”, where the intent is to share success stories where PowerShell was a major factor… Read more »

Improvements to DSC v1

Improvements to DSC v1

KB3000850, the November 2014 update rollup for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2, has brought several enhancements and fixes to the first version of DSC (initially… Read more »

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 5

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 5

Managing Linux can become a challenge if you don’t have some way of distributing credentials. There are several options: joining Active Directory domain and using shared credentials for both Linux… Read more »

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 4

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 4

CTP of Linux DSC that was released last year has only five resources: nxService, nxFile, nxUser, nxGroup, and nxScript. Things like package management, network configuration, firewall settings, jobs scheduled in… Read more »

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 3

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 3

Linux is a system that stores configuration in text files. As a result, nxFile should be considered one of two most powerful resources offered in the CTP release. With the… Read more »

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 1

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 1

PowerShell DSC for Linux caught my attention immediately after it was announced. Being able to control configuration of Linux box with pure PowerShell code is huge for anybody who is… Read more »

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 2

Working with PowerShell DSC for Linux, part 2

In the first part of this series, we covered the basis–how to get Desired State Configuration to do what the name promises: keep desired state consistent. Now that we are… Read more »

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