Posts tagged with PowerShell v5.1

Building a Lab in Hyper-V with PowerShell, Part 2

February 16th, 2017 by and tagged , , ,

Creating VMs with New-myVM.ps1 – Part 1 As we saw in Part 1 of this series, I build my labs almost entirely with Windows PowerShell scripts. In that first post, I showed how to set the MAC address range on a Hyper-V host. I use this MAC address range to explicitly set my lab VMs […]

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Configuring Windows Server 2016 Core with and for PowerShell

February 14th, 2017 by and tagged , ,

I know I owe you more on creating a lab with PowerShell, and I’ll get to that in a few days. But having just set up a new domain controller running Server 2016 Core, I thought I’d include a couple of tricks I worked through to make your life a little easier if you choose […]

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PowerShell v5.1 Released

January 21st, 2017 by and tagged , ,

Microsoft has released the Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1, including Windows PowerShell 5.1, ┬áto the web. You can download it here. This is the final version that released with Windows Server 2016, though it doesn’t include all the features of PowerShell 5.1 that are on Server 2016 because some are not supported on earlier versions […]

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