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The next AZPOSH User Group meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Interface Technical Training in downtown Phoenix. This month we have two group members that will be giving presentations.
Lindsey Stapleton, an IT Systems Engineer, will be presenting some PowerShell scripts used for daily administrative tasks, focusing mainly on Exchange management. We have seen some of the scripts Lindsey has created, including ones with graphical interfaces, and she’s written some really impressive stuff. You definitely don’t want to miss this!
Derek Hanson is a systems engineer with experience in a variety of technologies including Windows Infrastructure, Directory Services, Identity and Access Management and Process Automation. He’ll be taking us through a quick dive into using PowerShell to manage and automate processes in Active Directory. He’ll explain the various methods for accessing and manipulating AD, along with some real-world scenarios and scripts used to resolve them. If you’re responsible for managing AD, you want to make sure you check this out!
As always, we’ll have free sodas and pizza available and we encourage PowerShell users of any skill level to attend. If you plan on attending, please contact us and RSVP for the meeting. We hope to see you there!
TechEd 2010 Edition!
The Arizona PowerShell User Group will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, July 7th. You don’t want to miss it!
First, Brian McCann, MVP for Active Directory, will be discussing the latest from TechEd and using PowerShell with the Active Directory Recycle Bin! He’s an excellent presenter and an Active Directory master.
Do you know what this is? They are attached to the feet of the Architect of PowerShell, Jeffery Snover. No, he’s not going to be at this meeting, but his spirit will! Jason Helmick of Interface Technical Training will be presenting the latest information about PowerShell from TechEd!
Also, Jason will be show-casing a demonstration that Jeffery Snover performed at TechEd. You don’t want to miss this! Running remote cmdlets locally!
Come and see how cmdlets, such as the AD cmdlets, can magically appear on your local computer, even XP!
Plus! Mike Pfeiffer will be suppling us with SWAG!
We will also have Free food with all this PowerShell goodness,
Knowledge is PowerShell,
The AZPoSh team