Please join us on Thursday, April 4th whenÂ Jason HelmickÂ will present an overview ofÂ PowerShell StudioÂ from Sapien. Following Jason's demo of PowerShell Studio we'll be joining up with theÂ Charlotte PowerShell User GroupÂ via Microsoft Lync where Ed Wilson,Â The Scripting Guy, will be Presenting. We're excited to join The Scripting Guy in Charlotte and video of his talk will be made available through ourÂ public Lync meeting. If for some reason you can't join us in person you're more than welcome to join remotely.
The Scripting Guy will be presenting "Use PowerShell to manage the remote Windows 8 Workstation":
There are three different ways to manage a remote Windows 8 workstation. The first is to use WMI remoting, the second is to use the computername cmdlets and the third is to use WinRm and Windows PowerShell native remoting. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages for the network administrator. In this session, I will examine each approach, and provide a checklist of criteria to aid the enterprise network administrator in choosing the appropriate technology for a variety of real world scenarios. This presentation combines live demoâ€™s and interactive discussion to heighten learning.
Here's a little more info about our guest speakers Jason and Ed:
Jason Helmick is a teacher, author, consultant and 25-year IT veteran focusing on Microsoft enterprise technologies and a strong proponent of automation with PowerShell. Jason is a board member ofÂ PowerShell.OrgÂ and the author of â€œLearn IIS in a Month of Lunches". You can follow and contact Jason on Twitter:Â @theJasonHelmick.
Ed Wilson is the Microsoft Scripting Guy and a well-known scripting expert. He writes the twice dailyÂ Hey Scripting Guy! blogÂ (the number 1 blog on TechNet). He has also spoken at TechEd and at the Microsoft internal TechReady conferences. He is a Microsoft-certified trainer who has delivered a popular Windows PowerShell workshop to Microsoft Premier Customers worldwide. He has written 11 books including 8 on Windows scripting that were published by Microsoft Press. He has also contributed to nearly a dozen other books. He has two Microsoft Press Windows PowerShell 3.0 books: Windows PowerShell 3.0 Step by Step and Windows PowerShell 3.0 First Steps. Ed holds more than 20 industry certifications, including Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Prior to coming to work for Microsoft, he was a senior consultant for a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner where he specialized in Active Directory design and Exchange implementation. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, underwater photography, and scuba diving.
PleaseÂ registerÂ if you plan to attend in person or to receive the meeting URL to join us remotely.