Monthly Archives: November 2016

MMC, CSV and PowerShell

This is just a quick tip. Many GUI administrative tools use the Microsoft Management Console framework. If you want to use data from one of these tools with PowerShell there’s an easy way via our old friend CSV. With a … Continue reading

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Building GUIs Using WPF and PowerShell – Part 1

PowerShell is first and foremost a Shell – a command line environment. The latest Insider builds of Windows 10 now have it as the default Shell. Those of us who have been along for the ride for the last 10 … Continue reading

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PowerShell and SQL Server – Part 1

I recently watched a video of Mike Robbins’ presentation at the PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit 2016. It’s titled “Building Unconventional SQL Server Tools in PowerShell with Functions and Script Modules“. It makes for interesting viewing. One of Mike’s comments … Continue reading

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Today With PowerShell – Wednesday, 9th November 2016

In an effort to contribute to the PowerShell community I have signed up at PowerShell.org . There’s a good general forum for PowerShell Q&A. Head over there if you’ve got questions. You never know, I might have an answer for … Continue reading

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