The PowerShell “shallow end” is demonstrating the old method of automating Windows (batch and VBS) vs. the new method (PowerShell). It’s useful to see side-by-side comparisons rather than saying “Discard that batch and VBS knowledge you’ve learned over a couple decades. It’s worthless now.” Rather, show an apples-to-apples comparison of various problem-solving techniques and how to solve them in each language. When shown side-by-side like this the best method will clearly show through....More
When group policy debuted 15 years ago, most organizational computers were desk bound in offices. Today’s computers are different, and so is the manner in which organizations manage their configuration....More
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