PowerShell for OCS admins, resistance is futile…

March 11th, 2010 | Tags: ,

In a recent blog post made by Tom Laciano, he hints that as with other Microsoft products, OCS 2010 is likely to follow suit by adopting PowerShell for command line based administratration.

Taken from the LCSKid Blog:

“No I don’t have a lab running with W14 but I am supposed to have one and really should have it by end of week but I seem to continue getting distracted and the one thing I will share as a heavy hint – get those PowerShell skills started if you haven’t already.”

Source: here

  1. March 11th, 2010 at 21:03
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    I agree with you that learning PowerShell will be key to surviving in a post Window 7 world. IT Admin’s big learning curve for PowerShell was one of the main driving forces for a product I work on called PowerWF Studio. PowerWF provides a drag-and-drop interface for creating visual PowerShell scripts.

    I’m sure I’m biased, so I would love some impartial feedback.