Topics include SQL, Teams Webhooks, Zombie Files and more…
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux
by Veronique Lengelle on 27th October
If you’re as addicted as I am with SharePoint, you might be glad to know that managing SharePoint is now possible with PowerShell Core!
by Adam Listek on 27th October
If you want to create a customized card in Teams you can do so with Adaptive Cards and Adam shows you how to create them with webhooks in Teams via PowerShell.
by Adam Listek on 28th October
If you’ve ever hardcoded a password, an API key, or a private certificate in a script, stop! You need to secure that sensitive information! One way to do that is with the PowerShell SecretManagement module. Offering a convenient way for a user to store and retrieve secrets using PowerShell, the SecretManagement module also has the ability to interface with different back-end systems such as Azure KeyStore or KeePass too using an extension vault!
by Shane O’Neill on 29th October
Shane improves upon his last post “Attempting SUM() OVER () in PowerShell” by using PIVOT in PowerShell.
by Jeff Hicks on 30th October
Since this is Halloween weekend in the United States, I thought I’d offer up a PowerShell solution to a scary task – finding zombie files.
The title says it all, but dig through the comments and find out some of the finer points of what makes PowerShell great.
Is the PowerShell Gallery down? lets ask twitter.
Great video covering PowerShell 7 with @jsnover