Topics include DSC, Active Directory, Compare-Object and more…
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux
by Tommy Maynard on 15th March
The Microsoft.PowerShell.Crescendo module is mostly brand new. It’s still early on in its development. It’s currently at version 0.4.1.. Tomyy gives you an idea of his first experience working with the module.
by Chaitanya on 16th March
In this post, you’re going to learn about PowerShell execution policies and how to manage them with the Set-ExecutionPolicy cmdlet. By the end of this post, you’ll know not only to run scripts but how to use execution policies too!
by Dirk Bremen on 16th March
In this post, Dirk will walk you through the process of extending the built-in Compare-Object cmdlet to support “deep” comparison of custom objects, arrays, and classes.
by Przemysław Kłys on 16th March
Have a look at Przemysław Klys’s Advanced HTML reporting using PowerShell
by Jeff Hicks on 18th March
Jeff shares his ADReportingScripts tools, built from a collection of scripts to deal with common AD tasks and frustrations.
Redditor discovers the “Copy as PowerShell” feature, also available in Chrome.
#PowerShell 7.2-preview.4 is out!
Youtube: Testing DSC Pull Server and apply localhost.mof to a client node that disables Windows Firewall
As a follow on from last week, In this video we will use this same infrastructure to configure the Windows Firewall on a client node. I will use the FirewallProfile resource from the NetworkingDSC Module on the PowerShell Gallery to accomplish the task. The video has all the step-by-step instructions, and you can download the code used at my website linked below.