ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 16-August-2019

PowerShell for Admins

Topics include Azure setups, AD reporting, IF statements Out-GridView and other new features coming in PowerShell 7.

Special thanks to James Petty, Mark Rollof, Prasoon Karunan V and Robin Dadswell

Pragmatic PowerShell Scripting - Reporting on AD Groups

by Chris Sharp on 11th August

Learn how Chris approached a requirement to pull various reports from AD using PowerShell and a useful Excel module.

Powershell: Everything you wanted to know about the IF statement

by Kevin Marquette on 11th August

Like many other languages, PowerShell has statements for conditionally executing code in your scripts. One of those statements is the if statement. Today we will take a deep dive into one of the most fundamental commands in PowerShell.

Create an Azure Storage account using PowerShell

by Shaun Hardneck on 13th August

In this short post, I will show you how you can create a new Azure Storage Account using PowerShell.

Out-GridView Returns!

by Jack Zeiders on 14th August

It’s been almost 3 years since PowerShell Core debuted for Linux and Mac, and as we’ve increased our cmdlet coverage more and more, one cmdlet has always stood out as a top, cross-platform request. Today, we are excited to announce that Out-GridView is debuting on all Core-supported platforms through the GraphicalTools Module.

Automating an Azure Lab Setup with PowerShell

by Adam Bertram on 15th August

Ever wanted to learn how to boot up an entire Lab with a single line of PowerShell, well Adam Bertram can show you how with this post.

Reddit /r/PowerShell - Most Popular Weekly Post

Description of Reddit topic

Tweet of the Week

Coming in PowerShell 7 Preview.3 is 

ForEach-Object -Parallel

 experimental feature! Easily execute scriptblocks in parallel threads!

Youtube: PowerShell Community Call - August 15, 2019

An overview of upcoming changes, some information and a Q&A session.

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