PowerShell Webcasts Coming Up!!!!

I have three PowerShell Webcasts coming up in the next few weeks.  Click on the links below to register!!!!


TechNet Webcast: Introduction to Windows PowerShell - Monday, December 08, 2008 11:30 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

In this webcast, we provide an introduction to Windows PowerShell for IT professionals and show how to automate client administrative activities in the Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista operating systems. We explore the features and capabilities of Windows PowerShell, describe customer scenarios to manage day-to-day server and client administration activities, and discuss command-line syntax usage.


TechNet Webcast: Managing Windows Vista with Windows PowerShell - Tuesday, December 09, 2008 9:30 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Discover how Windows PowerShell command-line options can interface with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to manage client settings. In this webcast, we explore administrative tasks, how to manage the Windows Vista operating system, and how to troubleshoot network problems.


TechNet Webcast: Advanced Windows Powershell Scripting - Monday, December 15, 2008 11:30 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

In this webcast, we look at some of the powerful scripting capabilities of Windows PowerShell. First, we introduce some of the basics of Windows PowerShell.  We examine how the help system works and review the Windows PowerShell command structure. We also discuss how to format output and some basic Windows PowerShell commands. Next, we explore variable declaration and scripting constructs in Windows PowerShell to perform basic programmatic functions, like loops and branching. Then we look at advanced scripting techniques involving functions, filters, script blocks, and error handling. We also look briefly at how to use Windows PowerShell with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to gain access to a wide variety of system objects and settings. Finally, we look at how to use the Microsoft .NET Framework to build a simple form using Windows PowerShell.