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At the Microsoft Script Center, we are dedicated to the system administrator scripters of the world whom we teach how to use Windows PowerShell to reduce time spent performing mundane tasks.


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Script, Script, Script, Script

Check out this awesome video filmed at TechEd 2014 and produced by Windows PowerShell MVP Sean Kearney: Scripting Cmdlet Style. As a bonus, learn a special scripting hand sign!


  • Carolina IT-ProCon
    September 12, 2014; Charlotte, North Carolina

    Carolina IT-ProCon will include presentations from some of the nation’s top technology professionals, including Jim Christopher speaking about Windows PowerShell.

Check out Project Siena!

Hey scripters, check out the new Windows app-building tool from Microsoft— Project Siena—that will help you build custom Windows apps in a flash.

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PowerTip: Remove Leading and Trailing Spaces with PowerShell
Summary: Use the Trim() method to remove extraneous space from a String object. Is there an easy way to drop all spaces that are before or after a st... More >
Sunday, Sep 21
Weekend Scripter: Use PowerShell to Connect to GoToMeeting
Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to provide a GUI input and build a custom URL for Internet Explorer. Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, here to sha... More >
Sunday, Sep 21
PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Find Object Events
Summary: Find events from objects by using Windows PowerShell. How can I use Windows PowerShell to find what events are offered by a process? Use Ge... More >
Saturday, Sep 20
Weekend Scripter: Playing with PowerShell Processes and Events
Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about playing with processes and events in Windows PowerShell. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, ... More >
Saturday, Sep 20
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