Coming Soon – PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell

At BUILD 2017, we announced the preview of Azure Cloud Shell supporting the Bash shell. We are adding PowerShell support to Azure Cloud Shell, which gives you a choice of shell to get work done. Sign-up today to participate in a limited preview of PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell. We look forward to sharing this… Read more

Windows 10 Creators Update and PowerShell DSC

For those of you who are using or planning to update the Windows 10 Creators Update, we want to make you aware of some issues that we have discovered in DSC. The following scenario is an issue in this release: In PowerShell ISE, Visual Studio code or on the command line, you receive the following error… Read more

Announcing PowerShell for Visual Studio Code 1.0!

Today we are extremely excited to announce that the PowerShell extension for Visual Studio Code has reached version 1.0! We are shipping this update to line up with the PowerShell Core 6.0 Beta.1 release to provide the official PowerShell development experience for all supported platforms: Windows 7 through 10 with PowerShell v3 and higher Linux… Read more

PowerShell Core 6 Beta.1 Release

Approximately 9 months ago, we announced PowerShell Core 6 on GitHub being not only Open Source, but also cross platform. Today, I’m proud to announce we are moving out of alpha and into beta! We realize that moving a technology that started in Windows to Linux has to fit in properly to be accepted and… Read more

OpenSSH Security Testing Kick Off

Over the past while, we’ve been very busy porting OpenSSH to Win32. We’ve been working with the OpenSSH community in our GitHub repository, and are nearing a point where we are taking steps to make it production ready. Security is obviously something that we have focused on during every phase of the project. As part… Read more