Docker is an open-source application deployment solution that might play an important role in the Windows world soon. In this introduction to Docker, you will learn how to install and test Docker on Windows.
The last two articles covered the more ethereal parts of the Azure Multi-Factor Authentication story. Today, we’re getting hands-on with the technology.
Even if you only script every now and then, PowerShell logical operators will sooner or later cross your path. If you think that you already mastered this topic, I have some examples for you that might be a bit puzzling if you expect PowerShell to follow the rules of basic mathematical logic.
Now that we’ve covered the basics of multi-factor authentication and looked at the various ways to license Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, let’s dive a little bit deeper and look at the traffic flows for a hybrid setup, involving the on-premises Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server, from an architectural point of view.
If you execute a long-running command or script as a PowerShell background job, the command prompt will return instantly while the command continues to run in its own thread.