You’ve just got to stop and take 4 minutes to watch David Aiken’s demonstration of how easy it is to host PowerShell in a GUI. Seriously, it is a 4 minute video! Even if you aren’t a developer, it is worth looking at so you understand the concept and the work involved and then you can use that to demand your vendors provide you this function! J (In all honesty, a bunch of you will see how easy it is and decide that you can do it yourself so give it a view).
Updating to include “this thingamajig called ‘links'”. Doh!!!!!
“asdfasdf” – you should have included your real name – that one was worth taking credit for. It made my morning.
You can watch the video HERE.
Apparently this is the first of a 3 part series. I can’t wait to see what he has for us in the next 2.
Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]
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