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Thanks to everyone who attended last nights meeting, both locally, and remotely! We had a great time. We’d like to thank Spike Xavier for filling in as the MC for the meeting, and Interface for sponsoring the event. You can grab the slide deck and demo scripts from here.
We’ve got a few things in the pipeline (pun intended) for next month, so stay tuned for details.
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Knowledge is PowerShell,
Thanks to everyone who attended last nights AZPOSH meeting both on-site and through RemoteLive™. We had a blast! You can download the slide deck, script solutions for the Enter the Shell challenge, Jason’s Advanced Functions, and Mike’s EWS Managed API module from here. Remember to unblock the scripts before trying to run them.
We’re looking forward to next months meeting on May 4th with Don Jones!!! Also, Harold Wong from Microsoft has organized a series of TechNet Events taking place in 5 different cities (including Tempe, AZ) where Don Jones will be delivering 3 solid hours of PowerShell content and raffling off an autographed copy of his latest PowerShell book. See Harold’s blog for details:
We’ll see you next month!
Hello everyone! The next AZPOSH User Group meeting will take place on Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Interface Technical Training in downtown Phoenix. This meeting will also be broadcast live on the internet using Interface Technical Training’s RemoteLive™ technology. Please RSVP for the meeting to secure a spot using RemoteLive™ and we’ll send you the connection details prior to the meeting. Here’s what we have planned for April:
We will be announcing the winners of the Enter the Shell script challenge. Winners will receive free passes to the June 14th Tech Immersion 2011 Conference here in Phoenix. Please email your solution(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 21st.
PowerShell Advanced Functions
Jason Helmick will demonstrate how to build PowerShell advanced functions that you can use to create your own script cmdlets. Topics will include adding parameters and attributes, pipeline processing, and comment based help.
PowerShell Scripting with the Exchange Web Services Managed API
Mike Pfeiffer will show us how to utilize the EWS Managed API using PowerShell. We’ll expand on the topic of advanced functions and build script cmdlets using this API to access email items in an Exchange mailbox, send and receive messages, analyze message headers, and more.
Big News for the May 4th Meeting!
We are honored to announce that Don Jones, PowerShell MVP, author, teacher, and super guru will be presenting in Phoenix at the Arizona PowerShell User Group meeting. Don Jones is the industry expert when it comes to learning and using PowerShell, and he is the author of the upcoming book titled Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches.
Due to the expected high turnout, special RSVP for RemoteLive™ and local attendance will be required for this meeting. We’ll post more details prior to the May meeting.
As always, we’ll have free sodas and pizza available at the April meeting, and we encourage PowerShell users of any skill level to attend. We hope to see you there!
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!