Topics include Hyper-V, IIS, Ternary Operators and more.
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Kevin Laux.
by Mike Kanakos on December 04, 2019
Getting started with PowerShell is easy. In fact, it’s easy enough for some people that they just dive in and start using it every day with little formal knowledge. At some point though, everyone needs a little help. The PowerShell console has a rich set of cmdlets and built-in help that can be useful for learning how to use the PowerShell language correctly.
by Dave Kawula on December 05, 2019
Display Hyper-V VM details as html using Out-GridViewHTML cmdlet in PSWriteHTML module which has built-in buttons to export as CSV,Excel and PDF.
by Bill kindle on December 03, 2019
If you manage Windows Servers, you’ve likely worked with Internet Information Services (IIS). Websites are one of IIS’s main features and, using PowerShell, you can easily manage and automate IIS websites with ease!
by PowerTip on December 04, 2019
With PowerShell 7, the language gets a new operator that created a lot of debate. Basically, you don’t have to use it, but users with a developer background will welcome it.
by Tobias Weltner on December 01, 2019
Wouldn’t it be nice for scripts to detect when a key is pressed? Pressing a key could add a pause to scripts, exit loops prematurely, or skip loading things in your profile script.
Catesta is a PowerShell module that can scaffold a PowerShell project with easy integration into several CI/CD options.
If you are contributing to #PowerShell on GitHub or using the daily builds, the master branch is now 7.1 preview.1. We triage and take specific merged PRs into rc.1 branch. Expectation is that 7.1 preview.1 will ship in Jan along with 7.0 GA.
Exporting IP reservations in DHCP using PowerShell.