Category Archives: Powershell

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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Powershell versions

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

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Finding DNS static records

An interesting question from the forums about finding DNS static records You can view the records in a DNS zone Get-CimInstance -Namespace root\MicrosoftDNS -ClassName MicrosoftDNs_Atype -ComputerName W16DC01  -Filter “DomainName = ‘manticore.org’” | select OwnerName, Timestamp, IPAddress but how do you … Continue reading

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Summit 2017–seats going fast

Seats at eh PowerShell Summit –  https://eventloom.com/event/home/summit2017 – are going fast. We’ve sold over 70% of the seats – they’re current 55 seats left split between 4-day and 3-day passes. The 3-day passes don’t go on sale until 12 February … Continue reading

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Community Lightning Demos

We are continually evolving the content we present at the PowerShell Summit. This year we’re bringing back something that was a feature of the early PowerShell Deep Dives and Summits – the Community Lightning Demos. We have a session set … Continue reading

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