Monthly Archives: October 2007

PowerShell QuickTip: Preparsing Scripts to Check for Syntax Errors

There are a number scenarios where you need to update a script to add a minor feature or fix a bug but you can’t really run the script to test your changes.  Perhaps the script is destructive and you’d have to … Continue reading

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PowerShell QuickTip: Using PSTypeNames to See the TypeName and Inheritance Chain

I’ve mentioned plenty of times that PowerShell is all about .NET objects, well actually PowerShell "adapted" .NET objects.  Quite often it is handy to know which type of object you are dealing with.  You have a couple of options here: … Continue reading

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Windows Powershell Virtual User Group Presentation

Here are the slides that I presented at today’s LiveMeeting.  Thanks to Marco Shaw for setting up the group!

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