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Deploying Azure Virtual Machines from VM Depot using PowerShell

Deploying Azure Virtual Machines from VM Depot using PowerShell

VM Depot is a community-driven catalog of open source virtual machine images. Azure management portal can be used to copy these VM images into “My images” of your Azure subscription. Once… Read more »

How to view and restore hidden Windows Updates with PowerShell

How to view and restore hidden Windows Updates with PowerShell

When you visit Windows Update, you can hide an update to avoid being prompted to install it again at next scan. If you’ve ever hidden an update, you’ve also the ability to restore hidden updates in… Read more »

The story of PowerShell Bangalore User Group (PSBUG)

The story of PowerShell Bangalore User Group (PSBUG)

After Fredrik and Jan, I had to write this. I founded the PowerShell Bangalore User Group (PSBUG) which is the first PowerShell User Group in India. I have a story to… Read more »

#PSTip Get requests that are currently executing in a worker process

#PSTip Get requests that are currently executing in a worker process

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 2.0 or above. IIS lets you view all worker processes of a server when you double click the Worker Process tile in IIS manager (inetmgr.exe). If… Read more »

Writing a PowerShell module in C#, Part 1: The basics

Writing a PowerShell module in C#, Part 1: The basics

In this series we will cover the basics of building a Windows PowerShell binary module using C#. In the first part of the series we will build a module with… Read more »

Announcing PowerShell module for managing Kemp LoadMaster appliances

Announcing PowerShell module for managing Kemp LoadMaster appliances

In an earlier article, I talked about managing Kemp LoadMaster appliances (both physical and virtual) using the Kemp’s RESTful API. Using RESTful API is complex because you need to know… Read more »

#PSTip Reading file content as a byte array

#PSTip Reading file content as a byte array

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 2.0 or above. A few days ago I had to write a script to upload files to a remote FTP server. I needed to read the… Read more »

The story of the Microsoft Technology User Group in Norway

The story of the Microsoft Technology User Group in Norway

The Microsoft Technology User Group (MTUG) in Norway was started in March 2010 where we had Bruce Payette speaking at the first user group event at the Microsoft office in… Read more »

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