Artículos "The Scripting Guys" semana 25/8 al 01/9

Hola a todos! En esta oportunidad. quiero dejarles la lista de artículos publicados en el Scripting Guy! Blog durante esta semana. Realmente es excelente el trabajo de Ed Wilson!. Weekend Scripter: Creating ACLs for Windows Azure Endpoints—Part 2 of 2 PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Parse Text Files Weekend Scripter: Creating ACLs for Windows Azure Endpoints—Part…

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Weekend Scripter: Install Free PowerShell Remote Server Admin Tools

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about installing the free Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows PowerShell 3.0 in Windows 8. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. This morning is an awesome morning. Our friends from Hamburg, Germany have been hanging out all weekend, and it has been a blast. We have spent a bit…

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Deciding How to Use PowerShell to Access AD DS

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about the decision points for deciding how to use Windows PowerShell to access Active Directory Domain Services.  Hey, Scripting Guy! I am a bit confused. I see various blogs and scripts on the Script Repository, and some always use a third-party snap-in to access Active Directory Directory Domain…

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PowerTip: Find PowerShell Logging Info

Summary: Use a Windows PowerShell cmdlet to retrieve logged information about Windows PowerShell.  How can I easily find logged information about Windows PowerShell?  Use the Get-WinEvent cmdlet and look for a LogName with powershell in the name: Get-WinEvent -LogName *powershell*

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PowerShell Workflow for Mere Mortals: Part 5

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, concludes his five-part series about Windows PowerShell Workflow.    Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a number of commands that I want to run against several remote servers. The commands include stuff that must happen prior to something else happening. But then, there are also some things that I would…

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PowerTip: View PowerShell Console Host Information

Summary: View Windows PowerShell console host information.  How can I easily find information about the Windows PowerShell console host?  Use the Get-Host cmdlet, and select the RawUI property from the InterhostUserInterface object: (get-host).ui.RawUI

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PowerShell Workflow for Mere Mortals: Part 4

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, continues his five-part series about Windows PowerShell Workflow.  Hey, Scripting Guy! Yesterday you talked about Windows PowerShell Workflow activities. But you only demonstrated the Parallel activity. Is there something you can share with me about some of the other types of activities? In particular I am interested in checkpoints…

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PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Display Date, Time, and Hour

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to display date, time, and hour in 24-hour format.  How can I use Windows PowerShell to get the hour of the day in 24-hour format?  Use the Get-Date cmdlet and specify the “%H” pattern to the UFormat parameter (H is case sensitive): get-date -UFormat “%H”

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PowerShell Workflow for Mere Mortals: Part 3

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson continues his five-part series about Windows PowerShell Workflow.  Hey, Scripting Guy! So what’s up with Windows PowerShell workflows and activities? I do not know what an activity is. Can you help me? —CJ  Hello CJ, Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Ah…this afternoon, I am sipping a cup…

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