Category Archives: Powershell

PowerShell version

Depending on the version of Windows you’re running you could be using PowerShell version 1 through version 5.1 (admittedly I suspect there are very few people, if any, still running PowerShell v1). This is complicated by the various versions of … Continue reading

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Constrained PowerShell or JEA?

PowerShell remoting gives you access to all of the functionality on the box by default. You can created constrained (or restricted) endpoints that limit that functionality to specific cmdlets. Alternatively you can use Just Enough Admin (JEA) to lock down … Continue reading

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Registration for 2018 PowerShell Summit

Registration for the 2018 PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit is open. These are the important links you’ll need: Summit information Registration Agenda

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PowerShell Attacks–advice on defending

PowerShell Attacks–advice on defending from Lee Holmes – PowerShell security expert – is available at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/powershell/2017/10/23/defending-against-powershell-attacks/ Read, learn, inwardly digest and apply

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PowerShell + DevOps Summit 2018 schedule

The schedule for the 2018 Summit still needs a little bit of polishing to finish it but it’s taking shape. I’ve started releasing information on sched.com that we’re using for all our scheduling needs for the Summit. The one and … Continue reading

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PowerShell templating systems

Code reuse is a big plus when you’re developing lots of scripts. The ability to create templates for your code can also save you lots of time – for instance when advanced functions first appeared I create myself a template … Continue reading

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PowerShell Trim

PowerShell Trim – no its not a new slimming fad. Trimming is the act of removing characters – usually white space – from the beginning or end of a string. You have three methods on the String class you can … Continue reading

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