Topics include string manipulation, bash, Python and Slack applications.
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Kevin Laux.
by Tobias Weltner on 10th November
Appending text to strings using “+=” is convenient but slow. Learn how to do string manipulation without slowing down PowerShell.
by Kelvin Tegelaar on 11th November
To make sure that the domain controllers keep replicating correctly and we detect issues early we use the Active Directory cmdlets in combination with our RMM system. This makes it so we can monitor the current status of the replication and alert if it does not work for a longer period of time.
by Jessica Joy Kerr on 12th November
As a user of Linux and Bash Jessica details the differences good and bad that she discovered while learning PowerShell.
by Adam Driscoll on 14th November
Snek is a cross-platform PowerShell module for integrating with Python. It uses the Python for .NET library to load the Python runtime directly into PowerShell. Using the dynamic language runtime, it can then invoke Python scripts and modules and return the result directly to PowerShell as managed .NET objects.
by Elan Shudnow on 14th November
The purpose of this article is to provide a script and demonstrate different scenarios in which my script can be used to help provide an automated method which can encrypt your OS and Data disks as well as automatically creating a Key Vault if one does not exist including the Access Policy configuration.
Get-History exists, don’t forget!
Happy Birthday PowerShell?
In this video, I show how to create a Slack App with PowerShell using Universal Dashboard. I also show how to tunnel the webserver from localhost via ngrok.