Much like the saying It takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to raise a programming language. Without passionate people in that community, the word won’t spread and a language can die. Yesterday, I talked about some of the cool community resources and sites. Today, I want to salute those who […]

Sorry I’m not home right now Walking into IIS Webs Just leave a message and I’ll call you back – No Doubt, if they were techies So today we’re going to look into the IIS provider in PowerShell. If you aren’t familiar with PowerShell providers, check out Matt’s post on PowerShell providers. If you’re dealing […]

Matt and I really are huge fans of PowerShell providers. After talking about them in general and focusing on the registry provider, you think that we’d stop. But no… there are two more days of this talk of providers – Matt is going to talk about the Active Directory provider today, and I’m going to […]

Yesterday, Matt and I talked about providers, and I mentioned that I wasn’t going to go on talking about the registry provider, as that’s what Matt is talking about today! What’s nice is that you don’t have to type out HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER while working with this provider. You can refer to them by HKLM […]

Today, Matt is going to tell you about the awesomeness known as PowerShell providers. I have to admit that providers really are helpful. Sure, there are the PowerShell-specific providers – Alias, Function, and Variable. These can tap into the PowerShell system and help you determine what aliases, functions, and variables already exist. But then there […]