Monthly Archives: June 2016

Wireless on Windows 2016 TP5

Windows Server 2016 TP5 which appeared at the end of April has a major flaw. It doesn’t work with wireless cards! I use a relatively high-spec laptop as my lab machine. Not being able to get the wireless card working … Continue reading

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Cleaning up entries on Remote Desktop Connection

I use RDP between my main laptop and the machine on which my lab resides. When I rebuild the lab the entries in the Remote Desktop Connection for the old machine still remain. There isn’t a direct way to remove … Continue reading

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Boolean in Where-Object filter

I was testing some code yesterday and realised there was a quirk in the way the original where syntax (with {}) worked and the way the newer syntax worked. To demonstrate this I created a set of objects $i = … Continue reading

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Still asking for topics

Earlier in the month I posted a request for topics on powershell.org https://powershell.org/request-for-topics/ This is a request for YOU to tell us what topics you would like to see at the next PowerShell & DevOps Summit We’ve had a handful … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit & Conference videos 2016

  If you didn’t get to any of these conferences this year the videos are now available. PowerShell and DevOps Summit https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfeA8kIs7Coc1Jn5hC4e_XgbFUaS5jY2i   European PowerShell Conference https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxgrI58XiKnDDByjhRJs5fg You might find this interesting as well. WinOps conference https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP1OgsLk-HkEdQyhjJX_5JQ

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Too many Windows 10 releases????????

The last couple of days have seen some incredibly stupid headlines but one that caught my eye was someone from the “computer press” whining that there are too many releases of Windows 10. Unbelievable What part of the Windows Insider … Continue reading

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Parallel processing

One of the great features PowerShell brings is the ability to remotely administer your servers. Most people begin remote administration by processing the servers sequentially. Eventually, this process breaks down because you have too many servers and/or the processes you … Continue reading

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