Powershell + WPF = Cool

James Brundage has a great series of posts over on the Windows Powershell blog about using WPF to create simple user interfaces for your Powershell scripts.  Back when I was writing vbs scripts, I was on the bleeding edge of scripting, using IE as a crude UI for my logon scripts.  It worked, but it…


Hyper-V Release Candidate 1 is here

If you haven’t already heard, RC1 of Hyper-V is here.  Check out the release details at the Windows Virtualisation blog here… http://blogs.technet.com/virtualization/archive/2008/05/27/hyper-v-release-candidate-1-rc1-available-on-windows-update.aspx Technorati Tags: Virtualisation,Hyper-V Share this post :

Mac Messenger 7.0 is here

We’re recently released the latest version of Messenger for Macs.  This version has some cool enhancements, namely support for OCS 2007, enhanced Presence information, and support for Audio and Video conversations. Check out the Mac Messenger site here… http://www.microsoft.com/mac/products/messenger/default.mspx Technorati Tags: OCS,Mac Messenger Share this post :

Powershell Tip – Storing and Using Password Credentials

So I’ve been doing quite a bit of Powershell scripting lately, and this little tid-bit came in very handy, so I thought I’d share it with you all. In Powershell you can use the Get-Credential cmdlet to get alternate logon credentials when you need to perform a task from the shell.  But the Get-Credential cmdlet…