Here's how to retrieve the information you're looking for with one powerful command.
PowerShell can save you from this headache by automating the entire repair procedure.
Save time and look like a hero by easily fixing broken shortcuts.
You have the data. Now turn it into a readable report.
Here's how to track the data pulled from a query.
The first step to get an accurate view is to get the most current data.
Here's how to use PowerShell to change a service account password that may be shared by multiple users.
Here's how to use this automatic variable to write cleaner code.
Being able to receive real-time feedback as you work is a huge factor in writing script that won't break.
As with most things, approaching it with a sound plan will save you time and effort.
Here's how to easily turn on and off services in PowerShell.
Here's a few different ways to finding services info through PowerShell.
Periodically taking a look at your old work will give you an appreciation for how far you've come.
Here's how to streamline the process, even when multiple machines are running multiple OSes.
Here's a couple different ways to get the job done.
Of course you could accomplish this outside of PowerShell, but why would you want to?
PowerShell remoting will allow you to locate the expiring certs before they cause your Web site to go down.
Microsoft earlier in the month released a test solution for managing Exchange Server 2013 configurations.
After his long tenure here at MCPmag.com, Prof. PowerShell says goodbye.
The finale of Prof. PowerShell's 7-part series ends with creating a zipped file.
Prof. Powershell's rundown of what can be done with zipped files in PowerShell continues.
Prof. PowerShell delves deeper into what can be done with zipped files.
Here's how to add files to a zipped file in PowerShell.
This week Prof. PowerShell will show you a custom tool for filtering files.