5 PowerShell Hacks: October Community Round-up

Welcome to the SquaredUp Community Round-up. This month, we are zooming in on the Swiss Army knife for ITOps that we love so much – PowerShell. We’ve scoured the web for the best PowerShell hacks, so you don’t have to. Enjoy!

ONE TO READ

Getting CIMInstance by Path

Let Jeffrey Hicks show you how to retrieve CIM information by the Path value in PowerShell, without using [wmi].

ONE TO WATCH

Dashboard Fridays VMware status

Want a VMware status dashboard that’s easy to use and maintain? Watch episode one of our Dashboard Fridays series to find out how!

ONE TO FOLLOW

Twitter:
Jason Helmick

If you had to follow just one PowerShell authority on Twitter, we recommend Jason Helmick, the Program Manager of PowerShell at Microsoft.

ONE TO TRY

PowerShell: Get-WinEvent

Try out the Get-WinEvent PowerShell Cmdlet and see how it can retrieve and filter events from event logs.

ONE TO JOIN

Secrets Management

Join this virtual event to learn all about the SecretManagement module from avid PowerShell blogger and Microsoft MVP, Mike Kanakos.

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