Jeffery Hicks is an IT veteran with almost 25 years of experience, much of it spent as an IT infrastructure consultant specializing in Microsoft server technologies with an emphasis in automation and efficiency. He is a multi-year recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award in Windows PowerShell. He works today as an independent author, trainer and consultant. Jeff has written for numerous online sites and print publications and is a frequent speaker at technology conferences and user groups. His latest book is PowerShell In Depth: An Administrator's Guide 2nd Ed.
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Jeff Hicks wraps up his series on XML and PowerShell by walking you through the process of importing complex XML into PowerShell.
In the seventh installment in this series, Jeff demonstrates how to properly import XML data into PowerShell.
In the sixth installment in this series, you will learn how to bring XML files into PowerShell if you used the Export-Clixml cmdlet.
The fifth installment of this series demonstrates another technique to assemble an XML document from scratch using the .NET Framework.
In the fourth installment of this series on working with XML in PowerShell, you will learn how to assemble an XML file from a variety of parts.
Sometimes, you have to take matters into your own hands to create the exact XML format that you need. Learn how to create custom XML in PowerShell.
See a demonstration of different ways you can take results from a PowerShell expression or command and turn them into XML.
Learn some basic concepts and commands for using XML with PowerShell.
Learn how to use PowerShell to clean up the DSC Resources that you have installed.
Someone asked me recently on Twitter about WSUS in Windows Server 2016 and whether it “still mattered.” I think it does, so let me show you how easy it is to install.
Learn how to automate the process of installing Windows Software Update Services (WSUS) on a Windows Server 2016 box.
I’m having fun with this series and hope you are as well. In my previous article, I introduced you to PowerShell classes and I built a class that I can use with my movie data file. If you are just joining us, you really should take a few minutes to read the previous articles (Making Data […]
PowerShell sensei Jeff Hicks continues his look at working with data in PowerShell and introduces us to classes in PowerShell v5.