Moving my blog!

I’ve made the decision to move my blog to a personal website – don’t worry though, I’ll continue posting about similar things so the content won’t change! Head on over to http://brianfarnhill.com/blog/ and check it out (don’t forget to update your RSS readers!)

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Using the launch.json file in VS code for improved PowerShell debugging

Anyone that has talked to me recently about how I write PowerShell scripts will know that Visual Studio Code is my new one and only! You can write PowerShell scripts in there and hit F5 to have a similar debugging experience to what you would get in PowerShell ISE – but did you know that…

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“The provided value for the template parameter is not valid” in ARM template deployments

I’ve come across this one before, but I hit it again today and I wanted to share the details of what happened. Basically the scenario is this, I have an ARM template that I want to deploy and it takes in parameters. The deployment needs to run through PowerShell using the Azure RM PowerShell cmdlets….

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Adding additional intellisense to VS Code when editing PowerShell scripts

Most people that I talk to about my experiences writing PowerShell scripts these days will know that Visual Studio Code is my absolute preference for editor these days. It’s a great tool with lots of little tricks to help you improve your productivity – and recently I came across another one to help when I work…

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Getting IDs to use with the Package DSC resource

One of the questions I get from customers who are looking at using the Package DSC resource to install MSI’s and executables is “What is the ProductID for the installer I want to run?”. If you look at the documentation the ProductID is meant to be a unique identified for the product you are installing,…

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