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    While I can’t say I’ve done much scripting, this does look interesting. Here’s some official microsoft links, and some other links about it.

    For XP, Vista, and Server 2003:

    Windows PowerShell Information and Download

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    Microsoft Windows PowerShell command line shell and scripting language helps IT Professionals achieve greater productivity. Using a new admin-focused scripting language, more than 130 standard command line tools, and consistent syntax and utilities, Windows PowerShell allows IT Professionals to more easily control system administration and accelerate automation. Windows PowerShell is easy to adopt, learn, and use, because it works with your existing IT infrastructure and existing script investments, and because it runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server “Longhorn”. Exchange Server 2007, System Center Operations Manager 2007, System Center Data Protection Manager V2, and System Center Virtual Machine Manager leverage Windows PowerShell to improve efficiency and productivity.

    Windows PowerShell FAQ

    Windows PowerShell Blog

    PowerGadgets

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    PowerGadgets is a revolutionary new data visualization product that utilizes Windows PowerShell, Microsoft’s new scripting shell, to allow the creation of Gadgets in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server “Longhorn”. PowerGadgets requires no complex development environments, servers or browsers to run real-time Gadget components such as charts, gauges and maps on your desktop or in the Windows Sidebar.

    The DFO Show – Windows Vista and Windows PowerShell

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    In this show, we take a look at some more Windows PowerShell Cmdlets and how we can use Windows PowerShell to easily manage Windows Vista.
    Jeffrey Snover and I have written up a blog post on this show that is available on the Windows Vista Team blog. You can see the commands used in this show on that blog at http://www.windowsvistablog.com.

    IT Forum Day One: Windows Vista and Windows PowerShell: 12 Cool Features of Windows PowerShell

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