The fourth part of the CIM cmdlets blog series focuses on creating a duplicate CIM session on a different PowerShell unit.
Remote systems management is where it gets interesting for CIM in PowerShell 3.0.
The second part of Jeffery's series will show the relationship between CIM and PowerShell.
In this first part of a six-part series, Jeffrey goes through some of the basics of the CIM standard and its role with the Windows Management Instrumentation.
Applies to the "Design a SharePoint Topology" objective of Exam 70-331.
Jeffrey Hicks is back with his second part in locating specific files in PowerShell.
Jeffrey Hicks walks you through making your search query find exactly what you want to find.
Get more information than you might have thought was available.
Here's how to handle command lines that are a lot longer than your display is set for.
In PowerShell, there are a number of cmdlets that work with something called a secure string. When you create a saved credential object, the password is stored as a secure string.
Spending time to play around with PowerShell can lead to some of the best hidden secrets.