PowerGUI/AD PowerShell Slides

Jeffrey has published the combined slide-deck from the session we did together on Wednesday.

His blog does not include my AD cmdlets script but I have already posted it here.

Also, on a side note, I was actually using a slight modification of his start-demo script: Start-Demo.txt (change extension to ps1)

Here are the instructions for using the script:

  1. Download Start-Demo.txt
  2. Put it to c:\ and rename to Start-Demo.ps1
  3. Put demo.txt to c:\ as well
  4. Start PowerShell console
  5. Type the following code to change to root, allow lading scripts, load it, and start the demo:

cd \
Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted
. .\Start-Demo.ps1

This will start the demo and all you’ll need to do is pressing Enter and looking smart.


5 Responses to “PowerGUI/AD PowerShell Slides”

  1. 1 Michael Greene April 1, 2007 at 4:26 am

    The MMS session was awesome! So when can we get access to the snap-in for the Quest cmdlets?

  2. 2 dmitrysotnikov April 2, 2007 at 10:28 am


    Thanks for coming and liking it. I am glad that it all gets this warm reception and think PowerGUI hoilds a great promise of bringing PowerShell to masses.

    I would have shared the snapin with the community right away but the problem is that I was using AD cmdlets version 1.0.1 to build this (because 1.0.1 was SO MUCH better and I could have the team share their early builds with me).

    I am being told that 1.0.1 RTMed and as soon as the Quest’s web & team get a hold of the bits they will make them available for download. Once this happens (hopefully this week) I will make sure the snapin is also up there at PowerGUI.org.

    When these are available, I’ll blog about it so people can download the snapin and the cmdlets.


  3. 3 PAMKKKKK September 19, 2010 at 10:10 am

    The Downloadlink on the PS-Blog is Dead!
    Cant get it there! :-((
    Can you put the Slidedeck also here, for download?

    Thank you for your good communitie work!

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