Add Open PowerShell To Context Menu

One of Windows simplest time-saving features, the “right-click” context menu, enables you to perform an array of tasks in the context of whatever Windows object you are working with. In this article, we show you how to add “Open PowerShell” to this context menu, enabling you to open PowerShell in the context of whatever folder or object you are working with.

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Top 10 Windows Server 2008 Tasks done with PowerShell – Part 1

In this video post, Jeff hicks goes through the first 5 of the top 10 tasks to perform with PowerShell in Windows Server 2008. In part 1 Jeff covers changing local administrator passwords, restarting & shutting down servers, terminating or restarting processes and creating a disk utilization report, all with PowerShell.

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Interview With Jeffrey Snover – Inventor of PowerShell and Lead Architect for Windows Server 2012

Kasia Lorenc catches up with Jefferey Snover, inventor of PowerShell to discuss PowerShell’s beginnings, its history and the importance of PowerShell for today’s IT professionals.

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Interview with Don Jones at Windows Connections 2011

TrainSignal recently had the opportunity to sit down with Don Jones at Windows Connections 2011 in Orlando to discuss the importance of learning PowerShell. The overriding message of the interview is that if you plan to learn one thing in 2011, it should be PowerShell. Video and transcript included.

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Creating an Enterprise Scripting Template in PowerShell

Sean McCown builds upon past 2 PowerShell scripting articles (Scripting Database Objects in PowerShell & Scripting Database Objects with Advanced Options in PowerShell) to discuss how to build a scripting process which enables each object to be scripted to its own file.

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