Jeffery Hicks walks you through creating status messages through the PowerShell console.
Here's how to properly use braces to define a scriptblock.
In the second part of this three-part series, the Prof. PowerShell breaks down how brackets should and shouldn't be used.
Prof. PowerShell is back again to share another batch of his favorite tweaks in the latest version of Powershell.
Applies to the "Maintain resource access" objective of Exam 70-689.
Jeffrey Hicks runs down a few of his top reasons why you should be running the latest version of PowerShell.
Here's a breakdown of how to get the most out of the PSDrive.
Here's how to get what you want displayed every time you power up PowerShell.
The final entry in this column series will show you how to fully customize your PowerShell tool.
In this installment of the PowerShell Blacksmith, Jeffrey Hicks will show you how to format values.
Part 5 will continue to focus on fine-tuning your custom PowerShell tool.
Part 4 takes the function created last time and adds a validation attribute.
This week's lesson build's on part 2's explanation of PowerShell functions to show how they can work for you.
Here's how to forge your reusable tools.
In the first part of this' six-part series, Jeff shows you how to use PowerShell from the console.
In the final column discussing XML conversion in PowerShell, Jeffrey walks you through converting nested objects to XML.
Part 2 shows how to convert and retrieve XML data without losing the hierarchical format.