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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Atif Aziz tagged powershell

“Welcome to this addition of the PowerShell ABC's where you'll find 26 posts detailing a component of the PowerShell scripting language, one letter at a time. For today's letter of "T" I will talk about type specification and, in particular, Type Literals.”

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“Quota management allows users to manage system resources more efficiently. Windows Remote Management (WinRM) has added a specific set of quotas that provide a better quality of service, help prevent denial of service issues, and allocate server resources to concurrent users.”

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Jeffrey Snover (Windows PowerShell/MMC Architect at Microsoft) introduces -ErrorAction and -ErrorVariable parameters that are common to all cmdlets.

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“PSAdmin is a web based administration tool that allows the easy execution of Windows PowerShell scripts within your environment.”

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“One of the cool new features of MSBuild 4.0 is the extensible task factory. Task factories allow you to include scripts directly in your project file (or an imported .targets file) and have those scripts parsed and executed by your favorite interpreter.

MSBuild 4.0 ships with C#, VB.NET and XAML task factories built-in, so you can define a custom task in C# or VB.NET inline today. But writing your own task factory will allow you to write inline tasks in Perl, Python, or in this case… Windows Powershell script.”

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“PoshCode is a repository of PowerShell scripts that are free for public use.”

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psake is a build automation tool written in PowerShell. It avoids the angle-bracket tax associated with executable XML by leveraging the PowerShell syntax in build scripts. psake has a syntax inspired by rake (aka make in Ruby) and bake (aka make in Boo), but is easier to script because it leverages existing command-line knowledge.

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