Automating Windows as a Service

  Bold lines are important. Blue lines are most important. (read with care) TL;DR; at the end – if you need it. Hello together, first of all I need to apologize again for the length of this blog post, but I personally think that the following topics need to stick together to be understood into depth and…

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How to become a PowerShell Pro – v2

Hi together, nearly 2 years passed when I wrote my first “How to become a PowerShell Pro” article and today I am restoring it and presenting you the updated version!   First – Why PowerShell?     PowerShell is the main language to adopt any Service (Cloud / On Premises) on any device (Windows / Linux…

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Update to the Windows as a Service Model

Hi together, as you have probably read in the news we have slightly modified the Servicing Model. This is the continuance of my previous article “Demystifying Windows as a Service – wake up! please.”   TL;DR; The Windows as a Service model has been simplified. Every OS Version is 18 months supported and the releases…

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PowerShell Communities Germany

Hi together, today I have great community news! I want to inform you about a great movement in the PowerShell Community Germany: We have finally set up a central management for all Usergroups, Saturday Events and Conferences with PowerShell topics in Germany to finally increase the adoption of PowerShell.     But why PowerShell? PowerShell is the…

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Demystifying Windows as a Service – wake up! please.

TL;DR; (“too long; didn’t read”) There are some people who don´t have the time to read the whole text – if you are familiar with the topic the text in bold includes the most important points and is just for you. Disclaimer: This is a recommendation article for Enterprise Customers to adopt WaaS in the…

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PowerShell Security at Enterprise Customers

TL;DR; (“too long; didn’t read”) There are some people who don´t have the time to read the whole text – if you are familiar with the topic the text in bold includes the most important points and is just for you. The most important points to enforce PowerShell Security is to use the newest Versions…

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