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Next week: The Scripting Guy discusses remote management with PSv3

Hello everyone,

I’m so excited to announce that Ed Wilson, the Microsoft Scripting Guy, will be presenting at our meeting next Wednesday 11/7/12 from 3:30 to 5pm at Microsoft’s office.

He is going to discuss the four ways to manage Windows 8 remotely with PowerShell 3.0.  Ed is going to examine each approach and list the advantages and disadvantages for the network administrator.  In addition, he’s going to provide a checklist of criteria to aid in choosing the appropriate technology for a variety of real world scenarios.

Ed Wilson is a well-known scripting expert and writes the daily Hey Scripting Guy! Blog.  He has also spoken at TechEd, Tech Ready, Geek Ready, SQL Rally and various other SQL Saturday conferences along with presenting for AZPosh last year.

If you cannot join in person, we will have a Lync Meeting going also so you can join online via the link below.

Join online meeting

Looking forward to next week!!  Happy Halloween everyone :)

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February AZPOSH Meeting Follow Up

Thanks to everyone that attended this months meeting. The code from Jason’s WMI PowerShell presentation can be downloaded here.

We hope to see you at next months meeting. Keep an eye on this blog for updates, we’ll post connection details for the March meeting if you want to attend remotely.

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February AZPOSH Meeting

The next AZPOSH User Group meeting will take place on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Interface Technical Training in downtown Phoenix.

PowerShell and WMI
This month, Jason Helmick will be speaking about PowerShell and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Come down and see how you can leverage WMI with PowerShell to automate administrative tasks on desktops and servers.

Enter The Shell: A Script Challenge
We’ll also be announcing the details for our scripting competetion that will take place next month. The challenge is based on solving real world business problems using PowerShell. The challenge is broken down into several phases, so beginners, intermediate, and advanced scripters are welcome to participate. The winners will receive some amazing prizes, so you definitley do not want to miss this.

AZPOSH Live in March
Keep an eye on this blog for updates about how you can attend the AZPOSH User Group meeting remotely. Starting in March, we’ll be broadcasting meetings live on the internet, and you’ll be able to attend the meetings online, we’ll post more details and connection info prior to the next meeting.

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!

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