Video: Splatting in Windows PowerShell 2.0

In Windows PowerShell 2.0, splatting refers to a way in which you can bundle parameters to send to a command. Don Jones wrote about this in the March 2011 issue of TechNet Magazine. In this companion video, he steps you through Splatting in Windows PowerShell 2.0. And while you’re there, become a fan of the…


Video: Configure More Sophisticated Formatting in Windows PowerShell

Get an overview of how the formatting system works in Windows PowerShell and learn how you can manipulate its formatting settings for more sophisticated, customized output.   —————————————————————————————————— Follow our daily tips:••• ——————————————————————————————————


Video: Using Windows PowerShell Profiles

Don Jones demonstrates how to use profiles in Windows PowerShell to automatically load modules and snap-ins, define functions, and customize the shell each time you open a new session. —————————————————————————————————— Follow our daily tips:••• ——————————————————————————————————


Video: Beyond Basic Scripting in Windows PowerShell

Don Jones looks at how you can use the pipeline to chain complex commands, making Windows PowerShell more than just a procedural scripting language. —————————————————————————————————— Follow our daily tips:••• ——————————————————————————————————


Video: Use Batch Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell

Batch Cmdlets: Forget loops. Don Jones steps you through the easier and preferred way to work with multiple items in Windows PowerShell. Follow our daily tips:•••


Video: Using the Windows PowerShell Pipeline

Don Jones explains how the Windows PowerShell pipeline works and demonstrates how you can get more out of it. Follow our daily tips:•••


Video: Windows PowerShell Basics (Getting Started)

We posted another Windows PowerShell video on the TechNet Tips Facebook page. In this video, Don Jones steps you through Windows PowerShell basics to help you get started.  Watch it now. Follow our daily tips:•••


Video: How to Make a PowerShell Command into a Reusable Tool

We just posted a video on the TechNet Tips Facebook page.  Don Jones demonstrate how you can make a Windows PowerShell command into a reusable tool. Follow our daily tips:•••


New Windows 7 Learning Material

The Microsoft Learning team has come out with a great series of bite-sized “Learning Snacks” to help introduce you to new features coming in Windows 7. They’ve just released a new series of Snacks this week, and we thought you might enjoy them! Desktop Experience in Windows 7 Setting Up a Home Network in Windows…


Utility Spotlight: Screenrecorder

Free and Fun—Make your own screencast! Whether you are having problems yourself getting something to work correctly on your computer and are working with tech support, or you’re trying to help someone else solve such problems, you have probably spent hours describing or explaining events over and over again because one party can’t actually see…