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Parsing Text with PowerShell (3/3)

This is the third and final post in a three-part series. Parsing Text with PowerShell Part 1 Useful methods on the String class Introduction to Regular Expressions The Select-String cmdlet Parsing Text with PowerShell Part 2 the -split operator the ... continue reading
Announcing the PowerShell Preview Extension in VSCode

Announcing the PowerShell Preview Extension in VSCode

Preview builds of the PowerShell extension are now available in VSCode We are excited to announce the PowerShell Preview extension in the VSCode marketplace! The PowerShell Preview extension allows users on Windows PowerShell 5.1, Powershell 6.0, and all newer versions ... continue reading

Windows Security change affecting PowerShell

The recent (1/8/2019) Windows security patch CVE-2019-0543, has introduced a breaking change for a PowerShell remoting scenario. It is a narrowly scoped scenario that should have low impact for most users. The breaking change only affects local loopback remoting, which ... continue reading
Screenshot of PowerShell session where Az was installed from the Gallery

How to migrate from AzureRM to Az in Azure PowerShell

On December 18, 2018, the Azure PowerShell team released the first stable version of “Az,” a new cross-platform PowerShell module that will replace AzureRM. You can install this module by running “Install-Module Az” in an elevated PowerShell prompt. Since January ... continue reading
Configure Visual Studio Code to run PowerShell for Windows and PowerShell Core Simultaneously

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

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

Desired State Configuration (DSC) Planning Update – January 2018

In September 2017 we communicated some of our plans for PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC). Over the past few months, we have been executing on these plans and collecting feedback from customers and partners. The intent of this blog is ... continue reading

PowerShell Core 6.0: Generally Available (GA) and Supported!

PowerShell Core 6.0 is a new edition of PowerShell that is cross-platform (Windows, macOS, and Linux), open-source, and built for heterogeneous environments and the hybrid cloud. First and foremost, thank you to all of our amazing community, especially our open-source ... continue reading