How To Scan for Expiring Certificates in PowerShell

PowerShell remoting will allow you to locate the expiring certs before they cause your Web site to go down.

Test PowerShell DSC Module for Exchange 2013 Released

Microsoft earlier in the month released a test solution for managing Exchange Server 2013 configurations.

Enabling IIS Remote Management Using PowerShell

Using PowerShell Remoting, the task can be complete in just a handful of steps.

Class Dismissed

After his long tenure here at, Prof. PowerShell says goodbye.

PowerShell File Frontier, Part 7: Zipped Files from Scratch

The finale of Prof. PowerShell's 7-part series ends with creating a zipped file.

PowerShell File Frontier, Part 6: Adding Files to a Zip Archive

Prof. Powershell's rundown of what can be done with zipped files in PowerShell continues.

PowerShell File Frontier, Part 5: Analyzing Compressed Flies

Prof. PowerShell delves deeper into what can be done with zipped files.

PowerShell File Frontier, Part 4: Zipped Files

Here's how to add files to a zipped file in PowerShell.

PowerShell File Frontier, Part 3: Right Tool for the Job

This week Prof. PowerShell will show you a custom tool for filtering files.

The PowerShell File Frontier, Part 2: File Length

Here's how to find specific files by their size.

The PowerShell File Frontier, Part 1

Here's how to grab files from a different computer, even if they're not synced.

One Destination, Many Paths

Here's how to have many different environmental variables in PowerShell all point to the same folder.

Practical PowerShell Part 5: Remoting

Here's how to query info on a remote computer.

Practical PowerShell Part 4: Output Formatting

The journey from a single-line command to a useable tool continues.

Practical PowerShell Part 3: Create Custom Objects Quickly

In the third lesson, Prof. PowerShell shows you how to properly use the ForEach enumerator.

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