Topics include Teams, Scheduled Jobs, Halloween fun and more
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Kevin Laux.
by Mike Kanakos on 28th October
I’d like to walk you through the management of PowerShell scheduled jobs. The concept of PowerShell jobs is not familiar territory for many PowerShell users. At first glance, the benefits of running any kind of job from the command line may not be obvious. Let’s peel back the covers on managing scheduled jobs and the benefits that come with them.
by Jeffery Hicks on 28th October
Last year I shared some PowerShell code on Twitter about this time of year. I have a short script that uses Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) to create a spooky graphical prompt that allows you to ask questions of a Magic 8 Ball.
by Robin Dadswell on 28th October
Use Azure AD Groups to manage teams policies for users who need different policies. This article provides a framework of how to do it including logging to teams.
by Nathan Kasco on 29th October
Get back to PowerShell basics learning how to use PowerShell arraylists and basic arrays in this how-to walkthrough!
by TobiasPSP on 30th of October
Let’s check out how to use a TCPClient object to turn PowerShell into a fast and flexible network port tester!
Monitoring Microsoft Teams using PowerShell Universal Dashboard
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In this video, we use the Active Directory PowerShell Module and Universal Dashboard to create a self-service website for creating new users in Active Directory.