PowerGUI Hands-On Labs

For those guys who could not make it to MMS 2007, I am attaching the PowerGUI Hands-On Labs Manual. Unfortunately, some of the stuff in the labs require AD cmdlets 1.0.1 which probably won’t ship till next week – so unless you are at the conference you might have to wait a week or so before you can try them out. Until then you could just go through the doc and look at the screenshots – I’ve tried to put as many of them as possible.

If you are at MMS – just go to the Hall D where you can find a few computers with PowerGUI and AD cmdlets loaded and manuals printed out. It is in a partner section of the HOLs and they have quite a few PowerShell T-Shirts to give away to whoever takes the labs.

Besides PowerGUI and cmdlets, the labs have network management cmdlets from /n Software and PowerShell-based graphical output controls from PowerGadgets.

Altogether 4 labs with PowerShell content from Microsoft partners – a lot of really cool stuff – make sure you don’t miss that opportunity if you are at the show.

Dmitry

P.S. Just saw a reference to PowerGUI at bink.nu – way to go!

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