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Introducing DNS Policies in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 2

Introducing DNS Policies in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 2

In this article, we will have a look at DNS Policies – a new feature in the DNS Server role introduced in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 2 (TP2): You… Read more »

Natively Query CSV Files using SQL Syntax in PowerShell

Natively Query CSV Files using SQL Syntax in PowerShell

Note: The previous version of this article relied on the 32-bit JET engine. It has been updated to use ACE, which works in both 64-bit and 32-bit environments. Using Microsoft’s… Read more »

Manage your public DNS zones with Azure DNS

Manage your public DNS zones with Azure DNS

On May 4 2015, Microsoft has released a public preview of a new Microsoft Azure feature – Azure DNS. Azure DNS is a hosting service for DNS domains, providing name… Read more »

PSTip: Connect to Azure Virtual Machines without being prompted for credentials

PSTip: Connect to Azure Virtual Machines without being prompted for credentials

When working with Azure it can be useful to quickly connect to a number of Azure VMs. Unfortunately this might result in having to enter your password multiple times. To… Read more »

Fasten your seat belts and start contributing to the DSC PowerShell resource repository!

Fasten your seat belts and start contributing to the DSC PowerShell resource repository!

The DSC resource development team at Microsoft released ten waves of DSC resource kit that has almost 180 resources. There are resources for System Center products, Azure Pack, Microsoft Exchange, and… Read more »

PSTip: Change a drive letter using Win32_Volume class

PSTip: Change a drive letter using Win32_Volume class

Changing a drive letter of a removable drive or DVD drive is an easy task with Windows PowerShell. Using the Win32_Volume class and the Set-CimInstance cmdlet a drive letter can… Read more »

PSTip: Save untitled tabs in PowerShell ISE to clipboard

PSTip: Save untitled tabs in PowerShell ISE to clipboard

When working with the PowerShell ISE it can occur that there are a lot of untitled scripts left at the end of a busy day of scripting. Occasionally something interesting… Read more »

PSTip: Use Shell.Application to display extended file attributes

PSTip: Use Shell.Application to display extended file attributes

In Windows files can have a lot of additional file attributes that are not shown when using the Get-ChildItem cmdlet. To reveal these the Shell.Application can be used as it… Read more »

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