If you display large text files or long results of a cmdlet, the content rushes unabated through the console window. To display the output one page at a time, UNIX pagers such as more or less have become well established. PowerShell offers comparable tools, although they are not as powerful as their UNIX counterparts.
In May, Microsoft announced Windows Update for Business (WUB), a new service that will give admins more control over the Windows 10 update process. In a recent article, Mary Jo Foley published the results of her latest investigations about WUB. Despite her good contacts, she wasn’t really able to reveal new information. However, I think it is relatively clear what WUB will be about and, perhaps even more important, what it will not be—that is, a replacement for WSUS.
If you try to activate Windows 10 on a KMS host running on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, and Windows Server 2012 R2 KMS hosts, you might receive an error message (Error: 0xC004F050). In this post, I show you how to solve the problem.
Even the simplest script languages, such as the batch interpreter cmd.exe, allow you to describe your code with comments. Of course, PowerShell also offers this feature. You can comment PowerShell code with single lines and in blocks.
System Center Configuration Manager 2012 can automate nearly any installation, including the deployment of its own management console. This guide covers the Console deployment, advanced settings, and dynamic device collections.