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 scripter Jeff Hicks completes his exploration of building PowerShell menu oriented scripts by exporting and importing XML.
Here’s a quick tutorial for creating Active Directory organizational units with PowerShell.
Have you been avoiding learning PowerShell? Author and expert Jeff Hicks shares his views on what you are missing and why you should learn PowerShell.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks continues his exploration of the information stream in v5 and demonstrates how to use Write-Host as a wrapper.
Discover how easy it is to secure your daily PowerShell work with a persistent credential that you don’t have to remember to use.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks shows you how to build an advanced highlighting function that should work for any command.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks revisits a popular topic about creating PowerShell console based menus for your scripts.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks explains how to use hashtables to create new object properties with Select-Object and why you should.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks shares his script for watching processes using a WMI event subscription using the CIM cmdlets.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks continues his quest to display service statuses in a colorful format.
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks continues his exploration of using and extending objects to solve a scripting challenge.
Learn how to leverage the PowerShell 5.0 information stream, which lets serves as a logging mechanism for scripts and functions.
Learn how to use the PowerShell storage cmdlets to discover information about system drives.