Topics include PowerShell 7, Ubiquiti APIs, Chocolatey, and DSC.
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Mark Roloff.
by Darren Robinson on July 15th
Ubiquiti is a popular choice for budget-conscious techies and Darren demonstrates how you can start pulling useful information out of your network with their REST API.
by Martijn van Geffen on July 16th
Are you familiar with the
Where method? It’s a feature of collections that not many people are aware of, and Martijn does a nice dive into its usage and performance.
by Dan Franciscus on July 16th
Dan shows a handy GUI tool that his helpdesk can use for assistance in remote Chocolatey management. Code available on GitHub.
by Robert Senktas on July 15th
Robert explores the relative performance of
Compress-Archive versus directly calling .NET.
by Brien Posey on July 15th
It never hurts to have an extra tool in your bag of tricks, so if you’re supporting Windows 10 you could give these troubleshooting packs a whirl with PowerShell.
by Nedim Mehic on July 18th
In part 3 of this series, Nedim takes a deep dive into DSC configuration data, covering some less obvious details and pointing out pitfalls to avoid.
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