Author Archives: richardsiddaway

Get-ADUser doesn’t display all properties

Microsoft’s Active Directory cmdlets have some issues. One of the ones that catches everyone when they start using them is that Get-ADUser doesn’t display all properties. A default call to Get-ADUser displays a subset of the available properties of the … Continue reading

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Filtering of Objects and Properties

Saw a post on the forum today that suggests people are still confused about how to perform filtering of objects and properties in PowerShell. As with so much in PowerShell explanations are always better with examples. Let’s start with the … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit 2017 – – more seats available

After selling out in record time we’ve managed to squeeze a few more seats in after discussion with the conference centre. Those seats are live now. They are very definitely, the absolute last set of seats we’ll be able to … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit 2017–sold out

We sold the last seat for the 2017 Summit – https://eventloom.com/event/home/summit2017 yesterday. If, and its a very big if, more seats become available we’ll notify you though the event web site and on powershell.org

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PowerShell on Linux installs

PowerShell on Linux installs are now easier as you can use the Linux package management tools to download and update PowerShell Core 6.0 Details from https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/powershell/2017/02/01/installing-latest-powershell-core-6-0-release-on-linux-just-got-easier/

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Append data to a file

A question on the forums – the user wanted to append data to a file. This is a common scenario when you’re creating a log file. There’s 2 easy ways to do this. Lets create a couple of variables with … Continue reading

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Powershell versions

An explanation of PowerShell versions is available here – http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/powershell/powershell-versions-2/

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