One thing that I don’t think I’ve mentioned is that the Get-CimClass output changed during the development process.
In PowerShell v3 RTM you can dig into a WMI class like this
Get-CimClass -ClassName Win32_OperatingSystem | select -ExpandProperty CimClassMethods
Quick reminder that this coming Tuesday the UK PowerShell group presents a session on PowerShell Jobs
The standard approach to the bulk modification of users is to create a CSV file with an identifier and the data you want to change. Here’s part of a CSV file that could be used to modify some AD attributes – Division, City and Office
A suite of PowerShell cmdlets for managing Amazon Web Services has been released
A question came up on the forum about counting the number of members a group has. There are a number of ways of doing this but this is one of the easiest
$data = @(
A question on the forum asked about comparing the memberships of two groups & displaying information about the users that are in both. The normal reaction is that you have to iterate through the two groups but then I remembered Compare-Object and came up with this
I have just spent an extremely frustrating 3 hours trying to figure out why Word 2013 remained minimised on the task bar of my Windows 8 machine. Everything else opened up correctly including other Office applications such as Excel and PowerPoint.
I checked on other machines and it...
I’ve had to move the Live Meeting to Tuesday 11 December
When: Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012 7:30 PM (GMT)
PowerShell jobs provide the ability to perform long running background tasks. With the introduction of cmdlets to schedule tasks...
There are two sets of cmdlets for working with Active Directory – Microsoft and Quest. Unfortunately they offer slightly different options for defining the identity of the user you want to work with.
The Microsoft cmdlets offer these options:
Distinguished Name = "CN=GREEN...