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Jeff Hicks Aug 6
Looking for video training? Here's an easy link to all of them from Pluralsight
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Planet PowerShell 21h
"The Grep of PowerShell [Tutorial]"
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Brian Lalancette 18h
Yeah I still use Write-Host in , don't judge
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Tyler Leonhardt 🔌🐚 22h
Friendly reminder to those of you trying to convince Linux folks to leverage said it really well here:
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Ptrace Security GmbH Aug 10
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Iryna.Fesenko 1h
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Josh (Windos) King 11h
I might be throwing 💜's around the community a little too liberally?
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Swimburger.NET 🍔 15h
Checking SSL and TLS Versions With PowerShell by
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Jordan Benzing - MVP Aug 10
Finding OUs with Workstations - Powershell performance is weird
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SharePoint 2019 3h
Working with file modification time and date using
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SharePoint 2019 5h
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Jeff Hicks Aug 6
TweetTip: White space and formatting is your friend. VSCode can format your scripts for you. Use it.
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