Azure PowerShell Extensions Updates

The Azure PowerShell Extensions module (AzureExt) for Windows PowerShell has seen another interesting update! Let’s take a look at some of the high-level changes: External dependencies have been completely removed The module now supports PowerShell ISE Snippets for Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Resources New command: Remove-AzureRmResourceGroupGui New command: Start-AzureRM Check out Art of Shell’s Microsoft … Read moreAzure PowerShell Extensions Updates

PSA: Upload your PowerShell Modules!

For some time now, the PowerShell Gallery has been available, enabling the upload of PowerShell modules to a centralized repository. This repository provides an easily discoverable location from PowerShell 5.0’s PowerShellGet module. In order to install a PowerShell module in PowerShell 5.0, a user must simply type Install-Module -Name <ModuleName>. The module gallery is still … Read morePSA: Upload your PowerShell Modules!

PowerShell: PowerEvents Module Update to 0.3 Alpha

If you haven’t already checked it out, I wrote and published a PowerShell module on CodePlex a little over a year ago. It’s called PowerEvents for Windows PowerShell, and allows you to easily work with permanent WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) event subscriptions. Some folks may not be aware that I’ve also written comprehensive documentation on … Read morePowerShell: PowerEvents Module Update to 0.3 Alpha

PowerShell Quick Tip: Determine STA Threading Mode

Some code in PowerShell requires you to use the Single-Threaded Apartment (STA) threading model. The PowerShell version 2.0 console host uses Multi-Threaded Apartment by default. The PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) uses the STA threading model. If you’re writing code using the WPK module included in the PowerShellPack, you will need to ensure that you … Read morePowerShell Quick Tip: Determine STA Threading Mode