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Posted by Rubel Khan on October 14, 2009

Windows PowerShell: Automating User Provisioning, Part 2
Don Jones continues his four-part series with a look at how you can use Windows PowerShell to create a real-world user provisioning script. Watch Don demonstrate these techniques in his video screencast.

Windows PowerShell: Automating User Provisioning, Part 1
Don Jones kicks off a four part series looking at how you can use Windows PowerShell to create a real-world user provisioning script. Watch Don demonstrate these techniques in a video screencast.

SQL Server 2008: Understanding Logging and Recovery in SQL Server
Paul Randal demonstrates the importance of managing your transaction log properly in the full recovery model, and he shows you techniques for doing so in SQL Server.

Windows PowerShell: The Best Inventory Tool Ever!
In an on-going series, Don Jones has been demonstrating how to create an advanced inventory tool in Windows PowerShell. In this final part, Don brings all the pieces together and adds the final touches to create a very powerful, full-featured inventory tool.

SQL Server 2008: Advanced Troubleshooting with Extended Events
SQL Server 2008 includes a new “eventing” mechanism called SQL Server Extended Events that enables some sophisticated troubleshooting. Paul Randal demonstrates how you can use the new Extended Events functionality for monitoring and troubleshooting.

Windows PowerShell: Trapping Errors
In an on-going series of the Windows PowerShell column, Don Jones has been demonstrating how to create an advanced inventory tool. In the latest installment, Don demonstrates techniques for perform error-handling in Windows PowerShell.

Windows Administration: Deploying Applications with Terminal Services
Without too much effort, you can deploy a terminal server to host the applications you need in your environment. Greg Shields demonstrates how you can deploy applications with Terminal Services.

Windows PowerShell: Building a Better Inventory Tool
Following up on the previous installment of his Windows PowerShell column, Don Jones shows you how to make an even better inventorying tool. And, in doing so, he demonstrates a sound process for building your own custom Windows PowerShell functions.

SQL Server 2008: Tracking Changes in Your Enterprise Database
Watch Paul Randal demonstrate how you can track changes in your database using the new Change Data Capture feature in SQL Server 2008.

Windows PowerShell: Building Your Own Software Inventory Tool
Watch Don Jones build a Windows PowerShell-based inventory tool and demonstrate the process that goes into building such a solution.

Windows PowerShell: The Power of Profiles
Watch Don Jones demonstrate how you can create profiles to customize the Windows PowerShell shell.

Windows PowerShell: String Theory
Watch Don Jones demonstrate how you can use Windows PowerShell to parse complex strings.

Top Tips For Effective Database Maintenance
Watch Paul Randal demonstrate how shrink and auto-shrink can cause serious fragmentation problems for your databases.

Windows PowerShell: A Sneak Peek at Remote Management in Version 2.0
Watch Don Jones demonstrate the new remote management capabilities in Windows PowerShell 2.0 CTP2.

Windows PowerShell: The Drop Box
Watch Don Jones demonstrate the examples in this column and explain how filtering functions, the pipeline, and custom objects work.

Utility Spotlight: Microsoft SharedView
Watch Greg Steen demonstrate how you can quickly share a desktop and collaborate with remote users using Microsoft SharedView.

Windows PowerShell: Looking Good
Watch Don Jones demonstrate how you can easily add formatting to your Windows PowerShell output..

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