Automation/Scripting


Profile Power: Session Configuration

Here's how to get what you want displayed every time you power up PowerShell.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 7: Proxy Functions

The final entry in this column series will show you how to fully customize your PowerShell tool.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 6: Accessorizing Your Tool

In this installment of the PowerShell Blacksmith, Jeffrey Hicks will show you how to format values.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 5: On the Fly

Part 5 will continue to focus on fine-tuning your custom PowerShell tool.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 4: Fine-Tuning Functions

Part 4 takes the function created last time and adds a validation attribute.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 3: Forging the Functional Tool

This week's lesson build's on part 2's explanation of PowerShell functions to show how they can work for you.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 2: Functions

Here's how to forge your reusable tools.

The PowerShell Blacksmith Part 1: Forging the Basic Weapons

In the first part of this' six-part series, Jeff shows you how to use PowerShell from the console.

XML Marks the Spot Part 3: Nested Objects

In the final column discussing XML conversion in PowerShell, Jeffrey walks you through converting nested objects to XML.

XML Marks the Spot Part 2: Capturing Serialized Data

Part 2 shows how to convert and retrieve XML data without losing the hierarchical format.

XML Marks the Spot Part 1: Conversion

In the first part of a three-part series, Jeffrey walks through converting XML files in PowerShell.

PowerShell Name Duplicates: When Commands Collide

Jeffrey Hicks shows you what to do when you have two commands with the same name.

PowerShell for Lync Online Now Available

Microsoft announced the release of a module that enables Lync Online management via PowerShell scripting commands.

PowerShell Tip: Utilizing the –As Operator

Here's how to get PowerShell to treat an object or command as a different object or command.

PowerShell Anger Management

Here's how to make those warning messages in PowerShell more visually appealing.

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