Category Archives: Powershell

Get-SupportedFileSystems

I stumbled on the Get-SupportedFileSystems cmdlet today. Its part of the Storage module and is defined as a function. Digging a bit further its from a CDXML module based on a CIM class. But which CDXML file contains the definition? … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit 2017–Community Lightning Demos

Early Summits, and their precursors – the PowerShell Deep Dives – featured Lightning rounds where attendees had 10 minutes or so to present something PowerShell related – a tip, trick, discovery, cool piece of code, new technique etc etc etc … Continue reading

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Hyper-V book deal

March 11 2017 – My book Learn Hyper-V in a Month of Lunches is Manning’s Deal of the day. Get 50% off using code dotd031117au at http://bit.ly/2niU715 Also see https://www.manning.com/dotd

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Windows 10 uptime

One of the things that managers seem to be fascinated with is up time. For Windows server operating systems its a fairly simple calculation PS>  (Get-Date) – (Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_OperatingSystem | select -ExpandProperty LastBootUpTime) Days              : 0 Hours             : 3 … Continue reading

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Full Summit agenda available

The full agenda – including the PowerShell team sessions – is now available on the event web site – – https://eventloom.com/event/home/summit2017 This is our biggest ever Summit. We’ve sold out for this year and are already making plans for next … Continue reading

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Wanted

Wanted one nice kind PowerShell community member to buy the last lonely ticket for the 2017 PowerShell and DevOps Summit. That’s right we have one place left. And its definitely the last. if you want it – better hurry.

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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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