What’s All This Talk about PowerShell Anyway?

Tomorrow (Oct 21) morning Kirk and I will be doing a webcast on PowerShell within the Quest Connect virtual tradeshow:

What’s All This Talk about PowerShell Anyway?

10:00 am BST/5:00 am EDT/2:00 am PDT
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Dmitry Sotnikov, PowerShell MVP and Kirk Munro, PowerShell MVP – Quest Software

So what exactly is PowerShell? How does it make life as an Admin easier? Join this session conducted by Quest’s PowerShell MVPs, Dmitry Sotnikov and Kirk Munro, to learn more about PowerShell and see some real life examples of how PowerShell and Quest PowerGUI make managing your Microsoft infrastructure (Active Directory, Exchange, Hyper-V and more) easier!

We will really start with basic overview of what PowerShell is, then compare it to other alternatives such as VBScript, then Kirk will dive into a step-by-step example of automating tasks such as provisioning in Active Directory, and then will answer any questions you might have.

Besides this session the agenda is packed with a lot of useful material on Windows Server 2008 R2, AD, Identity Management, Exchange 2010, Virtualization, Cloud Computing, SharePoint, SQL, Oracle – see full agenda here.

This online show is a great learning alternative if you cannot make it to TechEd Europe this year. It is co-sponsored by Quest, Microsoft, Dell, NetApp, Vizioncore, Scriptlogic, Techrepublic, Oracle Magazine, Redmond Magazine, and The Code Project. The speaker line up is also pretty good. The show last year was a success – see some feedback here – so hopefully this year it will be even better.

Register for the event here and don’t forget to attend our PowerShell session! 😉 Virtually see you tomorrow!

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October 2009

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