Topics include DNS, GUI’s, automation of legacy tools, Azure test environment setups and more!
Special thanks to Kevin Laux, Prasoon Karunan V, and Robin Dadswell.
by Przemyslaw Klys on 25th August
Compare-Object is good, but how about comparing multiple objects and seeing the results in an easy to see format!
by Graham Gold on 26th August
Use a very lightweight updater client (windows or linux) that uses an Azure PowerShell function to update the DNS record-set entry.
by June Castillote on 26th August
PowerShell is a command-line tool but did you know it can also be used as a base for graphical interfaces? Sometimes command-line isn’t the best kind of interface for a particular instance. Building a PowerShell GUI for for your service desk is a great example. This is one of those times when it is more appropriate to build graphical tools instead.
by Dan Reist on 27th August
I need to log a user off every computer they’re logged into. The problem is, I don’t know which ones. How can I discover which computers they’re logged into and then log them off?
by Shane O’Neill on 28th August
Ever wanted to use some of the functions within a script and easily call them? Turns out it is incredibly easy, find out more with Shane.
A call out from Steve for what we want to be blogged about.
From the London PSUG, Naw explains in great detail and with passion what he created at The British Museum to automate the setup of test environments using Azure PowerShell, Pester (Unit Test & Infrastructure Test), Azure DevOps/Pipeline.