Microsoft made some key open source-related announcements at its Build conference this week, including the debut of Windows Terminal, an open source command-line console for Windows 10 that consolidates multiple tools.
Events happen regularly on a typical Windows computer. It's important for administrators to keep tabs on these events, especially if they affect sensitive information or mission-critical processes.
The Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module reached the "general availability" stage this week, enabling IT pros to create and delete teams, and other such operations.
You can force Pester to return output in XML rather than via the console. Here's how.
A newly reported zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2019-0859) discovered by Kaspersky Lab this week uses PowerShell to attack Windows systems.
How to read, add and modify array elements -- with a few curve balls along the way.
Windows PowerShell will soon be replaced by a new Core product called "PowerShell 7," Microsoft announced last week.
Adam takes a close look at the Invoke-WebRequest and Invoke-RestMethod commands.
Windows environment variables give system administrators access to a plethora of information about the operating system. Here are some ways to manage them.
Here's how to quickly figure out what file shares exist on a remote computer, as well as what information is configured on them.
Adam walks through how to proactively monitor an AD group for changes and execute a PowerShell script to take action when that happens.
The GUI is fine if you're only moving a few files, but for larger and more complex migrations, this built-in Windows utility is the way to go.