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Joshua Corrick May 19
Fun Fact. If your writing your own PowerShell module and need a prerequisite module (SqlServer or ActiveDirectory) load it in the Manifest and not in each function. Otherwise your functions will be super slow.
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Guy Leech May 19
This is why you can't trust timestamps on Windows files as they can easily be changed using . I'm not even an administrator in this example. If you need to check if two same size files are identical, compare file hashes using Get-FileHash (in PoSH v4.0+) not file times
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Mark Kraus [MVP] May 23
Yes! I convinced some of the junior help desk guys to check this thing out. I explained how it will advance their careers and change how they approach computing. "Begin automating your job now so someone else doesn't beat you to it."
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BEPUG May 24
Want to speak at our meetup on June 7th? We still have a speakerslot open!
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Patrick Gruenauer | MVP May 22
I proudly present the updated version of the Active Directory Domain Services Section Tool (v1.1). New Features: - Onboarding | Offboarding of AD Users - Time based Group Membership ...
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Michael T Lombardi May 23
Hey, folks - anyone know why the results from Invoke-RestMethod don't seem to work in the pipeline properly?
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omniomi May 24
Major improvements to syntax highlighting are now live in VS Code Insiders for you to checkout! Should see the changes in the next release of the stable version.
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Jeff Bolduan May 23
I'm working on building a PowerBI report for the Client Health Script. Once it's done I'll blog it out to see if it might be useful to others. I've already been able to identify several problem clients through the report.
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BEPUG May 16
After a long absence we're planning another meetup on June 7th. Care to speak or join? Just reach out! We are working out the details, so keep an eye on our account!
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Joey Aiello May 24
Anyone using with today? Generally speaking, what are you doing with it?
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rjpleau May 24
This week at work I was finally able to convert our member server security policy from a GPO to a DSC Configuration using SecurityPolicyDsc and AuditPolicyDsc! Thanks and PowerShell community contributors who helped with these resource modules!👍
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Brandon Olin May 23
Write better with fewer bugs. Use Set-StrictMode.
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Malwrologist May 21
Running scripts with , , , or ... is too noisy? Give , a engine on top of , a try ([\bin\jjs.exe). Reuse Java classes, run windows commands, ... ; amazing . Examples: download file, launch calc
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John Bruckler May 22
Just ran in my WSL Debian session. So now I can powershell in linux on Windows.
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8arkz May 23
. SDK help has been updated. If you are using the new version, SDK 1.13, be sure to run Update-Help -Module PureStoragePowerShellSDK to get the latest.
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Anthony E. Nocentino May 16
SSH client is included in the latest Windows 10 Update, installed by default!!! Congrats to the for their hard work on this! cc:
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Mathieu Buisson May 23
🎉 The PSCodeHealth extension has just been released to the Visual Studio marketplace ! So you can analyze your code and easily set up quality gates in your build/release definitions.
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Chris May 20
I can't forget to mention the awesome training put on by . I came in with experience in a few other languages, most notably python, but learned a ton in 2 short days. Can't wait to mess around with it more, and struggle through some projects!
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Lunatic May 19
Have I ever shown you guys the game I made in powershell? It was pretty fun.
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Guy Leech May 24
Just seen pretend to shutdown again but not doing so even though it powers off. It's a brand new 1709 Enterprise build updated to 1803 & shutdown was from the logon screen. Get-Process shows processes that started yesterday & LastBootupTime also yesterday!
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