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Announcing General Availability of the Windows Compatibility Module 1.0.0

The Windows Compatibility module (WindowsCompatibility) is a PowerShell module that lets PowerShell Core 6 scripts access Windows PowerShell modules that are not yet natively available on PowerShell Core. (Note: the list of unavailable commands is getting smaller with each new ... continue reading
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Configure Visual Studio Code to run PowerShell for Windows and PowerShell Core Simultaneously

I'm a PowerShell fan and have recently adopted PowerShell Core as my version of choice. If you are not familiar with PowerShell Core, it is a cross platform (Windows, Linux, and macOS) version of PowerShell based on .NET Core. That ... continue reading
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How to Configure Visual Studio Code to run PowerShell for Windows and PowerShell Core Simultaneously

I'm a PowerShell fan and have recently adopted PowerShell Core as my version of choice. If you are not familiar with PowerShell Core, it is a cross platform (Windows, Linux, and macOS) version of PowerShell based on .NET Core. That ... continue reading
SSH on Windows Server 2019

SSH on Windows Server 2019

Hello all from PFE Land! I’m Allen Sudbring, PFE in the Central Region. Today I’m going to talk about the built in SSH server that can be added to Windows Server 2019. With previous versions of server, there was some ... continue reading

MS Ignite Tips: PowerShell Power-up

Determining a schedule of sessions for conferences can be a daunting task given the hundreds of options available. Have no fear, here's all the information you need to upskill on PowerShell and Automation at Microsoft Ignite. I'll cover must-see sessions ... continue reading

Announcing PowerShell Core 6.1

We’re proud to announce that the latest version of PowerShell has been released! This marks our second supported release of PowerShell Core, the open-source edition of PowerShell that works on Linux, macOS, and Windows! By far, the biggest feature of ... continue reading

PowerShell Standard Library: Build single module that works across Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core

This is the first of a series of blog posts that will help you take advantage of a new NuGet package PowerShellStandard Library 5.1.0. This package allows developers to create modules that are portable between Windows PowerShell 5.1 and PowerShell ... continue reading

Increased Windows Modules coverage with PowerShell Core 6.1

During the May 2018 Community Call and a tweet a few weeks later, we mentioned that PowerShell team was spending significant time in the Windows codebase. We even demoed using the Active Directory PowerShell Module from PowerShell Core 6 during ... continue reading

PowerShell Core now available as a Snap package

The goal of PowerShell Core is to be the ubiquitous language for managing your assets in the hybrid cloud. That’s why we’ve worked to make it available on many operating systems, architectures, and flavors of Linux, macOS, and Windows as ... continue reading
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