Show Us Your Cmdlets!

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This little one-liner will show the most common verbs among all the cmdlets installed in the current PowerShell session. 1: PS > gcm -CommandType cmdlet | Group Verb | Sort …...

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Episode 24 – Admin Script Editor

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A Podcast about Windows PowerShell. Listen: In This Episode Today we'll be speaking to Steven Behrns from iTripoli, the developers who brought you Admin Script Editor. Also on tap: news, …...

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Episode 23 – IIS7 Special

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A Podcast about Windows PowerShell. Listen: In This Episode Today we've got an interview with a senior program manager from the IIS team at Microsoft.  We've also got news, resources, …...

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Where did the time go?

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First, I go on vacation (this is Hal typing). Then, Jonathan has a big project at work which takes up our next available studio slot. Then, my weekend just totally …...

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Vacation delay

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Hi all. Just wanted to let you know that I was out of town on vacation last week, so Jonathan and I were unable to record the show at our …...

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Episode 22 – The One About Brandon

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A Podcast about Windows PowerShell. Listen: In This Episode Today we'll bring you the second half of our interview with Jeffrey Snover. We think this part is even better than …...

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Get-Directory Function

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In the olden days (i.e. when I used CMD.EXE), I often did "dir *." to quickly get a list of the directories in the current path. PowerShell doesn't work this …...

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Episode 21 – One-half of Jeffrey Snover

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A Podcast about Windows PowerShell. Listen: In This Episode This week, our Intrepid Heroes talk about News in the PowerShell world, bring you fresh Resources from the wild Internet, and …...

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Episode 21 coming soon.

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I just wanted to let you know that the new podcast should be posted by Tuesday morning. We had a great interview with Jeffery Snover that you don't want to …...

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One-Liner: Countdown Timer in PowerShell

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Here's a quick one for ya. Perfect kitchen timer. Who doesn't have a laptop with PowerShell on it in their kitchen? 🙂 start-sleep (60*9); write-host ("a"*4) Start-Sleep works in seconds, …...

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