ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 18-December-2020

Topics include NuGet feeds, Azure, OpenSSH, PowerShell 7.2 and more…

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.

Hosting and Protecting Your Own NuGet Feed with ProGet

by Adam Cook on 13th December

In this post, Adam will show us how to install Inedo’s ProGet to host your own NuGet feed (effectively your own PowerShell Gallery).

How to Deploy an Azure VM to Availability Zone? (PowerShell Guide)

by Dishan Francis on 14th December

Dishan walks us through how we can deploy Azure Windows Virtual Machine to Azure Availability Zone by using Azure PowerShell.

Media Sync: Organize Your Photos and Videos with PowerShell

by Nick Richardson on 16th December

In this post, Nick walks us through how to organize your media (photos and videos) using PowerShell

Deploy OpenSSH Server to Windows 10

by Jeffery Hicks on 16th December

Jeff Hicks walks us through how to setup OpenSSH server and SSH remoting in PowerShell on Windows 10.

How to Copy Active Directory Groups from One User to Another with PowerShell

by Russell Smith on 17th December

Ever needed to copy a user’s group membership in AD – find out how to do it here.

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

Josh discusses the importance of learning PowerShell and how he started coding.

Tweet of the Week

#PowerShell | PowerShell 7.2 Preview 2 release

Youtube: Run Tasks on Timers in PowerShell

Instead of using your operating system’s task scheduler (ie. systemd on Linux, MacOS, or Windows Task Scheduler), you can use PowerShell to create a Timer.

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