Tagged: PowerShell

Learn PowerShell Episode 3 - State of the Shell 0

PowerShell History and Current State

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Learn PowerShell

The State of the Shell Having a pulse on the current and future state of the language is beneficial in your PowerShell journey. It also helps to know a little PowerShell history. PowerShell is...

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Working with the PowerShell Pipeline

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Learn PowerShell

The PowerShell Pipeline Of all the concepts you’ll learn in this series, the PowerShell pipeline is arguably the most important. Lets start with a simple definition. A pipeline combines commands connected by pipeline operators....

Learn PowerShell Episode 1 - PowerShell Basics 0

Learn and use PowerShell with just three commands

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Learn PowerShell

PowerShell Basics Before we dive into the three commands you’ll need to memorize to start using PowerShell, we’ll cover a few basics. Note: If you’d like to follow along (you should!) you’ll need access...

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PS1 – Should you learn PowerShell?

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Learn PowerShell

Deciding if you should learn PowerShell This is post one on a journey towards learning PowerShell. A commitment to learn PowerShell will not be a small investment of your time. Before diving straight in...

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PoshGram – a PowerShell Module for Telegram

PoshGram Overview PoshGram is a PowerShell module that enables you to send messages via the Telegram Bot API. It is written for PowerShell 6.1, which natively supports the form parameter for Invoke-WebRequest and Invoke-RestMethod....

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How to Create a Telegram Bot and Send Messages via API

Telegram bot Overview Telegram fully supports the use of bots via the Telegram bot API. Bots can do anything – and are really only limited to what your imagination can come up with. You...

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Using One MOF to dynamically DSC your environment

One MOF Overview Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a powerful DevOps tool enabling you to provide a consistent, standardized configuration throughout your environment. DSC is typically node specific, requiring you to author many Management...

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Hosts outside your domain – Hyper-V with CredSSP

Connecting to and managing hosts outside your domain, or in a Workgroup Your management devices and hosts will often be members of the same domain.  Kerberos handles authentication in this scenario, typically without the...


Windows Version Numbers

Windows Version Numbers Information This post serves as a quick reference of Windows Version numbers for both server and client Microsoft Operating Systems. Windows 10 and Windows Server are broken down in the first...

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Home Lab setup for Virtualization, Hyper-V, and MCSE

Virtualization Home Lab Guide When it comes to home labs each of us is constrained by size, power, heat, noise, performance, and budget factors.  On top of that the IT field encompasses a host...