PowerShell Virtual Chapter
Next meeting: Are You Checking Out My Profile?
December 12, 2012 12:00 PM EST (-5 GMT)
PowerShell is a very powerful management tool, and you can spend hours writing magical scripts to do all the things you want. Frequently forgotten is the PowerShell profile, a place where you can add your own functions that can provide you lightning fast access to information. We'll talk about the power a profile puts at your fingertips. I will also demo (and share) a bunch of short functions that I use frequently for common tasks. I'll show you my PowerShell profile if you show me yours.
(MCTS, MCITP, MCM) has been a production DBA for 10 years supporting databases from a couple of MB in size right up to the multiple TB range. He has implemented various High Availability and Disaster Recovery techniques to ensure his customers can always get to their data.
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This Months Presentation
Wednesday February 15
12:00 noon EST (GMT -5)
Jeff Hicks presents:
The Windows PowerShell ISE: Embrace and Extend
This presentation from PowerShell MVP, author and trainer Jeff Hicks (
) will demonstrate how to extend the Windows PowerShell ISE with a number of free add-ons that will make your scripting easier and maybe even a little fun. We'll also look at what it takes to create your own add-ons.
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