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Easily Defining Enums, Structs, and Win32 Functions in Memory

Easily Defining Enums, Structs, and Win32 Functions in Memory

In the past, I’ve spoken extensively on how to use reflection to define enums, structs, and Win32 functions in PowerShell and the merits of doing so. PowerSploit is also heavily… Read more »

New features introduced in Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview September 2014

New features introduced in Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview September 2014

Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview September 2014 was released on September 4. An overview of new features added since the May 2014 Preview is listed in the announcement on the… Read more »

Microsoft Azure PowerShell 0.8.8 is available

Microsoft Azure PowerShell 0.8.8 is available

Just a few hours ago, Azure team released Microsoft Azure PowerShell 0.8.8. The new release has a lot of improvements and added a support for today’s Azure update–Role-Based Access Control… Read more »

Using the ConvertFrom-String cmdlet to parse structured text

Using the ConvertFrom-String cmdlet to parse structured text

One of PowerShell strengths has always been string manipulation. PowerShell has very good support for regular expressions–using both cmdlets and operators. There are cmdlets to import and export several text file… Read more »

Book: Announcing Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Revealed

Book: Announcing Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Revealed

20% off on eBook purchase until 5th October: Use coupon code PWR14 on Apress.com. If you have followed my posts here and/or heard me speaking in the last 6 to 8… Read more »

Windows Management Framework 5.0 (September 2014) preview is available for download

Windows Management Framework 5.0 (September 2014) preview is available for download

An updated version of WMF 5.0 preview is now available with a great set of enhancements and new features. Some of these changes are: Generate Windows PowerShell cmdlets based on… Read more »

OMI and NetworkSwitch module

OMI and NetworkSwitch module

One of the first tasks I used PowerShell for was related to Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). I had heard about WMI before I started my adventure with PowerShell, but never tried… Read more »

New feature in Pester 3.0:  Code Coverage metrics

New feature in Pester 3.0: Code Coverage metrics

Introduction I have a confession to make… I don’t actually practice TDD or BDD yet. I see the value of having unit tests, but I’ve been writing scripts for so many… Read more »

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