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So GitHub has a CLI - let's take a look

So GitHub has a CLI – let's take a look

Did you know there is a command line interface available for GitHub interactions? If you are working within a command line and need to interact with GitHub it means less context switching. The GitHub CLI tool was released in September ... continue reading
Create MECM Windows Server 2022 Device Collection

Create MECM Windows Server 2022 Device Collection

With the release of Windows Server 2022 I was deploying a new server into a Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager lab that I have for certain scenarios and one of the tasks I wanted to do was create a Device Collection ... continue reading
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Tips and Tricks when using Windows Package Manager

Windows Package Manager is an open-source tool that can help you install and manage software on your PC.  I want to share some tips and hints that I have found while using the tool. Settings You can tweak some settings ... continue reading
Autocomplete in PowerShell

Autocomplete in PowerShell

Autocomplete is something we all like, right? Helps with those moments when we can't quite remember the spelling of a word or the syntax for a command or where we're learning something new and need some help. I know I ... continue reading
Windows Package Manager can help you export and import a collection of software!

Windows Package Manager can help you export and import a collection of software!

Have you ever got your PC to the state where it has all the settings and software installed and configured that you need to use and it’s just in the right state for your daily tasks and then bam something ... continue reading
Contribute to Windows Package Manager

Contribute to Windows Package Manager

Windows Package Manager was announced at Build 2020 and has been in preview since. At Build 2021 the team announced version 1.0, you can see the Roadmap journey the team have been on over the past year and where they ... continue reading
Scaling with Azure

Scaling with Azure

In today’s world we must be able to scale our workloads, whether that be dealing with an internal workload or an external workload serving your organisations’ customers. There are lots of options available to you to implement that scale and ... continue reading
Azure Unblogged - Azure Policy

Azure Unblogged – Azure Policy

I recently had the pleasure of having a chat with Liz Kim, Senior Product Manager on the Azure Policy team in this new episode of Azure Unblogged. In this episode Liz tells us the journey the product has been on ... continue reading
OPS110: Windows Virtual Desktop Roadmap Deep Dive

OPS110: Windows Virtual Desktop Roadmap Deep Dive

Providing your staff with a secure and familiar workspace wherever and whenever they need is something that a lot of organisations need to think about. Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) can help you provide that very service. In this session we'll ... continue reading
Availability Zone

Understanding Availability Sets and Availability Zones

When learning something new there are a lot of phrases, terms and theory to learn and when learning Azure the same is true. One of the things you should be aware of within Azure is the difference and use cases ... continue reading