Setting up NuGet Server on Windows (Complete Walkthrough)
So you've developed code. Great! Now you have to publish it to your users. But how There are many ways to accomplish this but one of the most used is NuGet. NuGet is a technology that allows you to publish code in the form of packages for others. A NuGet server is a way to make it happen.
How to Manage Windows Services with PowerShell
Windows services is one of those topics nearly every Windows sysadmin has to work with. To manage Windows services you could fire up the services.msc MMC snap-in for one-off tasks but what if you need to build some kind of automation with PowerShell? Learn how to use PowerShell to get a service, use PowerShell to start a service, use PowerShell to stop a service, and use PowerShell to restart a service in this tutorial!
Self Service your IT with PowerShell and au2mator
Do more with PowerShell and au2mator Self Service Portal. Use the advantage of PowerShell to automate your daily IT Tasks and Processes, and Self Service with au2mator to delegate to the right people in your Company.
How to Apply Azure DSC Configurations in Azure ARM Templates
If you're deploying Azure Windows virtual machines (VMs) via ARM templates and need to configure Windows, this article is for you. In this tutorial, you're going to learn how to use the Desired State Configuration (DSC) extension for ARM templates to seamlessly deploy and configure an Azure VM Scale Set with a single template.
Managing Your Exchange Database to Be in Tip Top Shape
Any system administrator responsible for a Microsoft Exchange environment will, most likely, at some point need to manage Exchange databases. Instead of using the Exchange Admin Center admins can use the Get-MailboxDatabase, New-MailboxRepairRequest, and Move-DatabasePath PowerShell cmdlets to make it happen.
Publishing Artifacts in an Azure DevOps Release Pipeline
So you've got an Azure DevOps release pipeline created. You've automated the build and all of the tests. Now comes the time to publish a build artifact somewhere. Stick around to learn how to add a NuGet Azure Artifacts feed to Azure DevOps!
PowerShell and DevOps: Building a CI/CD Pipeline for a Module
You can build just about anything with PowerShell from teeny scripts to multi-hundred-line behemoths. But once you grow tired of creating PS1 script after PS1 script, you tend to start thinking of reusable tools via modules and combining PowerShell and DevOps.
How to Build a User Onboarding Automation Routine with Power Automate
Do you have a clunky, old onboard automation workflow with a confusing interface and probably requires Java that your HR team hates to use? If so, it's time to learn how to rid yourself of your "onboarding solution" altogether with Power Automate (formerly known as Microsoft Flow).
Building an Azure Devops Pipeline [Soup to Nuts]
When you search online, you will find various blog posts, documentation and tutorials on Azure DevOps. All of these items are valuable resources but rarely does one walk you through a real-world scenario. Many skim over the security aspect leaving passwords in clear text for simplicity or an end product that essentially does nothing. Let's change that.