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David Szpunar

Setting default timezone for organization - Outlook Live Answers - 0 views

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    How to set Live@EDU timezone and language for all accounts by PowerShell script. The post by Tom2112 provides a script that outputs status while the command is running.
Joel Bennett

DnsShell - MSDN Code Gallery - 2 views

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    DnsShell is a #PowerShell module for administering/managing Microsoft DNS
Jeremy Nichols

PowerShell ABC's - R is for Runspace - 0 views

  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
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  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
  • The core to PowerShell is the runtime, the execution engine that implements command processing. It includes the classes that provide the interface between the hosting application and PowerShell commands and providers. The PowerShell runtime is implemented as a runspace object for the current PowerShell session, which is the operational environment in which the shell and the commands execute. A runspace provides a way for a hosting application to execute pipelines programmatically.  Runspaces construct a logical model of execution using pipelines that contains Cmdlets, native commands, and language elements.
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      This gave me a better understanding of how powershell works and what runtime means.
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    Part of a 26 part post describing various parts of Powershell. This particular post covers Runspace. A useful descrption for Powershell novices.
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    As a Powershell novice, I found this a helpful description of Powershell runtime.
Brian Sliger

A Guide to getting started with Windows PowerShell. - 0 views

  • To summarize, here’s how you run from scripts from within Windows PowerShell:•Make sure you’ve changed your execution policy. By default, PowerShell won’t run scripts at all, no matter how you specify the path.•To run a script, specify the entire file path, or either: 1) use the .\ notation to run a script in the current directory or 2) put the folder where the script resides in your Windows path.•If your file path includes blank spaces, enclose the path in double quote marks and preface the path with an ampersand.
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      Things to remember
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    Here is some useful information on Running Windows Powershell Scripts. Information is provided for running scripts from within Powershell, or without starting Powershell. There is a link provided to a help file for the Execution Policy to those that want to view it in a standard Windows format.
Eric Kraus

PowerShell Pack for SharePoint - 0 views

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    Community project that I am coordinating...please reply with any suggestions for useful scripts
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    A collection of PowerShell commands, functions, and scripts to help support your SharePoint environmentA collection of PowerShell commands, functions, and scripts to help support your SharePoint environment
Jeff Tucker

FREE GUI builder tool for PowerShell - Shay Levy - 0 views

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    SAPIEN Technologies has announced its new FREE GUI builder tool for PowerShell, PrimalForms.
Joel Bennett

Software + Services PDC, Plus a Hard Drive Chock Full o'Bits - 0 views

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    All PDC attendees will receive: a 160GB external USB2 hard drive with all of the bits
Joel Bennett

Feedback - 0 views

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    the Connect.Microsoft feedback page for PowerShell
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