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PowerShell Problem Solver: Find Script Commands

Determine what cmdlets or modules are needed to run a script with this helpful Windows PowerShell tip.

Nov 12, 2014|Jeff Hicks

Exchange Server

Use PowerShell to Remotely Manage Exchange 2010 from a Windows 8 PC

Learn how to use PowerShell to remotely manage Exchange 2010 from a Windows 8 PC with these helpful tips.

Oct 14, 2014|John O'Neill Sr

PowerShell

Managing Windows Updates with PowerShell

Updates are a necessity when it comes to managing Windows. Overcome updating challenges and learn about the free PSWindowsUpdate module in this post.

May 8, 2014|John O'Neill Sr

System Center

How Do I Create My Own Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resource?

Want to give making your own DSC resource a whirl? Check out part 8 of our super-series on Desired State Configuration!

Feb 17, 2014|Damian Flynn

VMware

ESX the PowerShell Way with Get-ESXCli

Want ESX to pull information about your VMware environment? Get-ESXCli! Learn how in this PowerShell guide.

Nov 18, 2013|Jeff Hicks

PowerShell

PowerShell Remoting: How to Restrict User Commands

In this Ask an Admin article, find out how to restrict an endpoint by limiting the commands users can run over a remote PowerShell session.

Oct 24, 2013|Russell Smith

VMware

Getting Started with vSphere PowerCLI

vSphere PowerCLI, VMware's PowerShell management tool is indispensible. Find out get started with PowerCLI in part 1 of this multi-part series!

Sep 16, 2013|Jeff Hicks

Hyper-V

Managing Hyper-V with PowerShell in Windows Server 2012

Hope you're ready for some cmdlets! Learn to manage the Hyper-V role in Windows Server 2012 using PowerShell 3.0 with this helpful tutorial.

Apr 1, 2013|Niklas Akerlund

Hyper-V

Windows 8 Client Hyper-V : Managing Client Hyper-V with PowerShell

We're at the end of our instructive series on Hyper-V! For good measure, Jeff Hicks runs through the steps in managing Windows 8 Client Hyper-V with PowerShell.

Oct 11, 2012|Jeff Hicks

PowerShell

Manage Windows Features with PowerShell

Configuring and managing servers can be a bit time consuming, especially if you need to manage a feature on 10 servers. Discover a much quicker and easier way to manage servers running Windows Server 2008 R2 - using Windows PowerShell.

May 24, 2012|Jeff Hicks

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