Learn various ways to interact with Windows Admin Center by using PowerShell.
Another IT year has passed, and it is time to announce the results of the 4sysops member and author competition. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all members and authors who contributed to our community for IT pros in 2018!
No official way exists to migrate virtual machines (VMs) from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Azure. However, with the help of the Disk2VHD tool, you can convert the VM to a virtual hard disk (VHD) and then upload the VHD to Azure Storage. After uploading it, you can create a VM from the VHD. In this post, I show you how to automate this task using PowerShell.
Last week I was fortunate to have attended the PowerShell Summit in Bellevue, Washington on behalf of my employer. The summit, organized and run by the PowerShell.org website, was a combination of keynote speeches by industry leaders followed by three days of in-depth presentations on all things PowerShell.
Vagrant is an open-source product that focuses on automation to build consistent repeatable machines. I will be demonstrating how you can use Vagrant PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) to provision a Windows Server 2016 and how this method can be useful to your testing.
PowerShell implements the .NET Framework's regular expression (regex) engine and allows you to perform tightly focused string data searches.
Every PowerShell module typically contains at least one function. To make that function available, you must export it to the current session.
The PowerShell script discussed in this post allows you to log off multiple users on multiple computers.
In this post, I summarize the results of three months in our member and author competitions. I also say a few words about how you can post news for SysAdmins and DevOps on 4sysops.
Accepting file and folder paths as a parameter is a pretty common occurrence in PowerShell scripts. Without validating these parameters, your script might not work as indented.