Announcing PowerShell Community Blog
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Announcing PowerShell Community Blog

Announcing PowerShell Community Blog We want to share the exciting news about the new PowerShell Community Blog. Since the retirement of the Scripting Guy (Ed Wilson) the Scripting blog has had fewer new posts. With the rapid ongoing growth of PowerShell, this means fewer community members finding the help and answers they need to be…

SecretManagement and SecretStore Release Candidates
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SecretManagement and SecretStore Release Candidates

The SecretManagement and SecretStore release candidate (RC) modules are now available on the PowerShell Gallery. The SecretManagement module helps users manage secrets by providing a common set of cmdlets to interface with secrets across vaults. This module supports an extensible model where local and remote vaults can be registered and unregistered for use in accessing…

PowerShell 7.2 Preview 2 release
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PowerShell 7.2 Preview 2 release

PowerShell 7.2 Preview 2 Today we are proud to announce the second preview release of PowerShell 7.2. This preview is still based on .NET 5 as we wait for the first preview of .NET 6 which we expect PowerShell 7.2 to be based upon. This preview includes many changes including code cleanup, bug fixes, and…

ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 11-December-2020
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ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 11-December-2020

Topics include Graph, DateTimes, JSON, Crescendo and more… Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux. Announcing PowerShell Crescendo Preview.1 by Jason Helmick on 8th December Crescendo provides the tools to easily wrap a native command to gain the benefits of PowerShell cmdlets. Wrapping native commands into Crescendo cmdlets can provide…

Announcing PowerShell Crescendo Preview.1
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Announcing PowerShell Crescendo Preview.1

As a shell, PowerShell is intended to work with native commands in addition to cmdlets. However, native commands have their own unique syntax, sometimes containing many subcommands and parameters/switches, and are often like its own language. Wouldn’t it be great to have an option to leverage your PowerShell skills to use new commands or be…