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Calvin A. Allen Sep 21
Can you install PowerShell 6 and PowerShell 7 Preview side-by-side?
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DirectoryRanger Sep 20
PSScriptAnalyzer. Static code checker for Windows modules and scripts
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Frank Lesniak Sep 20
Monitoring with : UPS Status (APC, Generic, and Dell) (Also, Dell makes UPSes? 🤔)
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s:\katter\brain(z*2) Sep 21
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Mike Kanakos @ PSSATURDAY Sep 18
Wow! Attendees of are going home with sweet swag this weekend! You can still get tickets and get your swag on! Wait til you see what our sponsors have for you!
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DirectoryRanger Sep 18
Practical for IT Security, Part I: File Event Monitoring
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Ben Wilkinson Sep 19
Do many people use start-threadjob instead of start-job ? install-module -name ThreadJob -Force It's a super easy transition if you already use jobs, highly recommended.
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Alain Assaf Sep 21
excited to participate in . Lots of people here to learn and share goodness.
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DirectoryRanger Sep 20
Security: Defending the Enterprise from the Latest Attack Platform, by
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The Lazy Administrator Sep 21
Awesome PowerShell session on PowerShell Modules by
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PowerShell Tips Sep 21
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Lars Rasmussen Sep 21
Jeremy Smith illuminating output formatting
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James Kerens 12h
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A Red and Blue team introduction into obfuscation
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Adam Driscoll Sep 21
I wrote a blog post about one of the demos I was going to give today. I recorded my walks around Bangalore this week so that I could render that GPS data to a map.
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Mike Kanakos @ PSSATURDAY 10h
And the fun continues on Another fantastic lunch for attendees!
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That_IT_Guy 17h
headed your way. sessions tomorrow then off to the races.
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Heiko Brenn 20h
Great article by about how to use the modules to automate tasks with the Microsoft Power Platform
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Tidjani Belmansour Sep 21
When you wrote so much code these last days that, going back to C#, you use a # to comment a line.
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