When: Tuesday, Nov 22, 2011 9:00 PM (GMT) Where: Live Meeting
PowerShell MVP and PowerCLI Jonathan Medd discusses the new features and PowerCLI 5 and how to get the best from them
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First Time Users:
I am creating a Houston Powershell User's Group to bring together Houston Area Microsoft System Administrators on the uses of Power Shell to manage their environment. I am looking for interested members from newbies to PowerShell to Gurus (Which I am not). If you have used PowerShell to perform some interesting tasks please contact me to become a Presenter and show off how you have used PowerShell. If you are interested in helping create the PowerShell Users Group please contact me for details.
Come join us on December 7th at 1pm Eastern time with our guest, Microsoft PowerShell MVP, Sean Kearney (@energizedtech). Sean will be discussing "Powershell - The Great Neutral Zone Released" - From the simple to the complex and you didn't even need to learn it to make it useful... A system that brings the Itpro and the Dev onto common ground.
Sean will be taking limited Q&A that day and what ever questions we don't get to he has agreed to answer offline so we can post the answers for everyone to see.
Sorry for the late notice, however the November 2011 Brown Bag lunch has been canceled. With work and illnesses getting in the way we unfortunately have decided to do this.
Hopefully Hal will be able to present at another time.
Please join us on December 7th for the next event in the series with Sean Kearney.
Mark your calendars! March 19, 2012 will be INTERNATIONAL POWERSHELL USER GROUP DAY 2012!
Please register for this event at: http://sgpowershellug.eventbrite.com/
This month we will be looking at conditional looping, looping statements and PSObject.
For October we will be having a Script Club meeting.
Script Clubs are great. Like a hands on lab with no set topic or teacher. You bring an idea for a script, and ask your fellow PowerShell users help getting the script written.
You bring an idea for a script, and ask your fellow PowerShell users for help getting the script written. Pretty much anything goes — just bear in mind that it may be hard to test things like Exchange scripts or Active Directory management scripts unless you have a nice virtual lab on your laptop.
Hey guys! This month in Rochester we're talking a little more PowerShell 3!
In PowerShell 3 we have built in support for Windows Workflow Foundation, and you will get to hear how to use Workflow in PowerShell, and working with PowerShell in Workflow.
Please find below the link to register for the next PowerShell User Group event.