PowerPack Challenge Results

Susan has just posted the results of the second (and the final) sprint of the PowerPack Challenge 2008, and the winners are…

The Second Most Active participant (and a proud owner of $250 Amazon certificate) is Adam Murray for his WebSphere MQ management PowerPack. As I have already blogged, this is an impressive console putting your SOA deployments under total PowerShell control.

Both the Most Active Participant and the Best PowerPack prizes ($500 each – $1000 in total) go to… Jason Archer for his incredible Terminal Services PowerPack – a must for any TS deployment.

Browse through connection files and tweak any RDP setting

Finally, Jonathan Medd’s WSUS PowerPack definitely deserves a special mention. It didn’t won any prize this time (competition was tough!) but is a very useful tool worth checking out!

Congratulations to everyone! And as a reminder: these and a few dozen of other PowerPacks are freely available for download from the ever growing PowerGUI Library – check it out!

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