Three Steps to PowerShell Module Success

Your eyes haven't deceived you, my friend… create yourself a PowerShell module in just three easy steps! Here goes: Determine a Module Path Create the Module Folder Save your Functions to a PSM1 File   And, that's it. No, really! Well, you also need to have written the functions for the module, but, apart from that, it really is…

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One-Liner: Windows Server 2012 DHCP – Failover Mode Switching

"…Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) failover in Windows Server 2012 is a new method for ensuring continuous availability of DHCP service to clients…"   This new DHCP functionality is superb: resilient, robust and ripe for automation. In 2013 I produced a plan for a PowerShell-driven migration of a very large Windows Server 2003 DHCP split-scope configuration to a Windows…

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PowerShell, DHCP and Star Wars

Like PowerShell? Like Star Wars? Like PowerShell AND Star Wars?   Then, my friend, these are the articles you are looking for:                   Using PowerShell to Migrate DHCP Servers: Part 1 Using PowerShell to Migrate DHCP Servers: Part 2 

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