Jeffery Hicks is an IT veteran with over 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, teacher 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 Scripting and Toolmaking.
Jeff Hicks's Recent Posts
PSReadline can take advantage of something called a key handler. You have already seen some of them in action like the Up and Down arrow keys.
In this series, Jeff Hicks introduces you to the features and benefits of PSReadLiine.
In this series, Jeff Hicks introduces you to the PSReadline module. This module packs a ton of functionality.
Jeff Hicks shares tips on getting started using the features and commands of the PSReadline module.
Join Jeff Hicks in this series of articles demonstrating a variety of tips, tricks, and techniques to generate killer HTML reports with PowerShell and ConvertTo-HTML.
I hope you have been enjoying this little series on tips and tricks for doing more with ConvertTo-HTML and creating great looking reports in PowerShell. Today, I want to continue where we left off. I am assuming you have been following along. If not, take some time to start at the beginning or you may be a […]
Jeff Hicks shares more tips for using PowerShell, including some tricks for creating HTML reports.
Jeff Hicks shares tips and tricks for doing more with HTML in this PowerShell series.
In this series, Jeff Hicks shares tips and tricks for creating reports in PowerShell.
Jeff Hicks shares more information on fine tuning the Active Directory Searcher.
Continuing this series on Active Directory Searcher with PowerShell, Jeff Hicks looks at managing large environments.
Learn about using Active Directory Searcher in this series.
In this series, Jeff Hicks continues looking at ways to use the Active Directory Searcher with PowerShell.