Shane Young discusses managing user content by using PowerShell and Patterns and Practices PowerShell to write your own script.
Learn how to use Pester to test a Desired State Configuration to ensure that servers are configured exactly the way you want them.
Learn how to attach a customized virtual hard disk to a new Azure virtual machine.
Jeff Hicks continues his series on using Active Directory with PowerShell, ADSI, and LDAP by walking you through the creation of Active Directory accounts.
Learn about a superior tool called Patterns and Practices PowerShell with SharePoint Online and on-prem.
DSC configurations require logical thinking through the steps necessary to make changes to a server’s configuration. Learn my process for developing a DSC configuration.
This series on managing Active Directory with PowerShell, ADSI, and LDAP continues with a look at group-user accounts.
This series of articles is about managing Active Directory with PowerShell, ADSI, and LDAP. This article focuses on single-user accounts.
This is series of articles about managing Active Directory with PowerShell. This one particularly focuses on using the LDAP moniker.
Learn how to control timing of Desired State Configuration across nodes using WaitFor resources in this how-to article.
PowerShell is all about having options. This article spends some time going over how to manage Active Directory using alternative methods.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt discuss the most popular version of SharePoint, the release of the new SharePoint Online management cmdlets, Azure AD Connect, the SharePoint Framework roadmap, a little Hotmail hacking, their love of BGInfo, and Google Docs.
Many server configuration settings can be set using native Desired State Configuration (DSC) resources. Learn how to do more with DSC using the Script resource and your PowerShell skills.