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.
Jeff Hicks's Recent Posts
PowerShell professional Jeff Hicks dives into a tricky string replacement problem and demonstrates some advanced regular expression tricks.
PowerShell expert Jeff Hicks shares his ideas on how to find out if a particular feature or application is running on a server. Is this a problem you have?
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks demonstrates how to find and remove empty Active Directory organizational units with simple PowerShell scripts.
Take your PowerShell scripts to the next level with custom menus and choice prompts. PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks explains how.
PowerShell teacher Jeff Hicks continues his look at working with variables including demonstrating how to create a read-only variable.
Veteran PowerShell trainer Jeff Hicks kicks off an exploration of defining and using variables in PowerShell, including some best practices.
PowerShell expert Jeff Hicks returns with another solved problem this time identifying disk volumes not formatted as NTFS.
IT veteran Jeff Hicks shares his thoughts on getting the most from Windows Server 2016, what you might want to consider and the future of IT administration.
Resident PowerShell expert Jeff Hicks tackles the tricky problem of documenting something that isn’t there like service.
To get the most out of PowerShell you need to understand the pipeline. PowerShell guru Jeff Hicks offers some beginner guidance.
An update on the state of PowerShell 5.0, why you might want to upgrade and a few things to watch out for.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks continues his discussion of using PowerShell to manage Active Directory organizational unit settings.
Learn how to display memory usage with PowerShell and divide the workload between data gathering and data formatting.