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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Jason Gallaugher from Rove
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- Hal's new bookÂ has been released and is shipping!
- PowerShell Plus 3.0Â has been released
- Here's aÂ scriptÂ for tracking down the Conficker worm
- The PowerShell toys we talked about with Lance RobinsonÂ are now available
- PowerShellÂ roadshow in Germany
- PowerShell MMS Slides and demos available at the Microsoft PowerShell Team Blog http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell/archive/2009/04/30/se06-whats-new-in-windows-powershell-2-0.aspx and http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell/archive/2009/04/30/se05-easy-automation-with-windows-powershell.aspx
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Jason Gallaugher fromÂ RoveÂ talking about Mobile Admin
Questions from the chatroom:
stahler: ## Still not clear on this. Does it sit on top of SCOM, MOM or replace altogether.
glnsize: ## more realistic your log drive is full... service restart wont do. Â what level of control is there realy?
glnsize: ## by one way... no output is returned
jasonmarcher: ## Can you call a script through that limited interface?
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- Jeffery SnoverÂ brings us some fun with alerts
- A cool script toÂ create new subnets in AD
- Run aÂ portscan with PowerShell
- AÂ PowerShell packet sniffer
- Don't assume that what you see is what you get. Sometimes anÂ apple is an orangeÂ .