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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast Carter Shanklin from VMWare joins us to talk about the new version of the VI toolkit for PowerShell.
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- VMware announces version 1.5 of their VI PowerShell toolkit is now out!Â Download –Â Release notes –Â intro videos –Â demo scripts
- Don Jones is working on a new OSS project calledÂ Cahoots. Please help himÂ test!
- According toÂ Marco Shaw the 2009 Scripting Games will be held this summer
- The PowerShell team isÂ looking for some feedback
- There’s some great news from the DB4o team with regards to PowerShell support.
- The Micrsofot Clustering & HA teamÂ recently announced their upcoming support for PowerShell in 2008 Server R2. Â Over 30 new cmdlets!
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- buncha new cmdlets
- invoke-vmscript, remoting into VMs
meson : ## So what about a XenServer PowerShell book? 😉
rfoust : ## what is the best way to get started with the vi toolkit – is there a “getting started” guide?
jeffculb-1 : ## Why aren’t the release notes for the vitoolkit accessible from the download page
- eJournal:Â Windows Administration in Realtime, look for the Practical PowerShell columns
- In case you missed it Jeffrey Snover was on theÂ Mind of Root podcast discussing WSMAN
- PoshCode #829 New-Task, “Allows for the creation of tasks in Microsoft Outlook from Windows PowerShell. The majority of task options available can be configured with the function.”
- Cool PowerGUI video tutorials latest video is onÂ how to use debugging.
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