Microsoft last week announced the general availability of PowerShell Core 6.0, which is notable for being a cross-platform DevOps tool for Windows, Linux and macOS.
PowerShell is more than just scripting and automation. Given the right functions, you can also use it to solve numerical equations -- from the simple to the complex. Here's how.
The Pester PowerShell module allows for some flexibility in how tests are written, but as Adam notes, there are still a few key points to consider.
Using Azure's "virtual machine agent," you can reset the local administrator password without even hitting the Windows OS itself. Here's how.
While we've covered how to add users to the database, let's take it one step further and designate specific roles.
PowerShell helps us to turn the time-intensive process of creating new users into a quick and easy task.
Since CSVs are so easy to work with, it doesn't take long to organize and process large sets of data.
Save time for accounting for changes in your scripts with this handy tip.
Monitoring the speed at which code is executed will give a window into avenues to improve it for efficiency.
Open up new reporting options for your SQL Server with these PowerShell tips.
Here are three commands you can use to encrypt and decrypt data.
Is your script taking too long to execute? Speed it up with this handy tip.
Until Microsoft adds a native command that easily connects virtual directories to Azure Web apps, we're going to have to do it ourselves.
The Microsoft PowerShell team is planning to reshape its Desired State Configuration (DSC) solutions, replacing them with a single cross-platform tool that supports both Windows and Linux.