Getting Started Running PowerShell Scripts in Jenkins
If you have been managing Windows servers for any length of time, you no doubt have a lot of PowerShell scripts to perform those mundane but necessary tasks you do regularly like resetting passwords, gather log data or archiving backup files. You may have scripts that you run on a regular basis, maybe even set up a task scheduler event in an attempt to automate your PowerShell scripts.
How to Build DSC Resources from Existing Infrastructure
SharePoint farm configurations are notoriously difficult in not only documenting accurately but also migrating those configurations to a new SharePoint farm. Did you know you can use PowerShell DSC (Desired State Configuration) and a community PowerShell module to make it easier? Read on!
How To Make Visual Studio Code Look And Behave Like The PowerShell ISE
Despite its lack of features and options, the PowerShell ISE used to be the primary PowerShell IDE tool to develop and edit PowerShell Scripts. It offered an integrated development environment (IDE) that included some basic features to build scripts and modules.
How to remove Windows 10 apps with PowerShell
Windows 10 includes a number of built-in apps ranging from basic apps like Calculator and Weather to more task-focused apps like Mail and Photos. While these built-in apps are fine for most situations, in a business environment, they may be inappropriate, redundant or unsupported. Very often, these apps are my pose a security risk. That's why, in this post, you're going to learn how to remove Windows 10 apps with PowerShell.