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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 »

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: Retrieve scheduled tasks using Schedule.Service COMObject

PSTip: Retrieve scheduled tasks using Schedule.Service COMObject

In PowerShell 4.0, the Get-ScheduledTask cmdlet was introduced, but unfortunately this cmdlet is not available in older versions of PowerShell. This is where the Schedule.Service COMObject can be useful to… Read more »

Royal TS V3 (with a PowerShell module) released

Royal TS V3 (with a PowerShell module) released

Back in January 2015, I wrote an introduction to the new PowerShell module in Royal TS V3, which back then was available as a beta version. Since then, the final… Read more »

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 »

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