The article posted on PowerShell Magazine provides an easy example that allows for verification of Active Directory credentials using the System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry class. The full article is available on PowerShell Magazine:
The article posted on PowerShell Magazine explains how to utilize the Windows.Forms.Screen Class in order to determine the resolution of the monitors attached to the current system. It can also be used to determine the location of the monitors relative to each other. This can be useful when working with Windows Forms in PowerShell.
To read the full article head over to PowerShell Magazine:
The article posted on PowerShell Magazine explains how to list all AD properties that have a value for all Active Directory user accounts. To read to full article head over to PowerShell Magazine:
The article explains how the [System.Uri] .Net class can be used to manipulate URIs and to convert them into objects. For more information on this topic please have a look at the article that has been posted on PowerShell Magazine:
Last Friday we had a great day in Eindhoven, the first Dutch PowerShell User Group meeting. It was a day packed with presentations and a lot of talk about PowerShell. I would like to thank everyone involved for making this into a great day! It was great to see the enthusiasm of everyone there.
I have joined the DuPSUG team and I am excited to be involved with the planning and setting up of future events. If you have any suggestions in regards to future events, be sure to contact me or anyone of the team as we are currently gathering feedback for our next event. For more information about the Dutch PowerShell User Group have a look at our website: http://www.dupsug.com/
The topic of my session was Splatting and [Adsisearcher], I have attached the code samples I used during the presentation to this post, this includes the samples I did not get around to showing:
And for those of you who just could not get enough of Splatting, I will be posting an article on splatting on my blog this week.
Update: Have a look at the Scripting Guy blog post, some photos of the event have been posted: Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog: The First-Ever Dutch PowerShell User Group