PowerShell / PowerCLI linkage

Since I started looking into PowerShell and PowerCLI, I gathered a couple of links which I found interesting and useful. I needed a way for them to be accessible anytime anywhere. Obviously the first thing that came across my mind was putting them on my blog somewhere.

I decided to dedicate a page on my blog to PowerShell/PowerCLI. I arranged all my links into clear categories so they can easily be located. Hopefully you’ll find it useful as well.

If you’re new to PowerShell/PowerCLI, I recommended some good books on my page too. All these books are worth reading and will get you building your own scripts in no time! If you’re not a programmer and think writing scripts is not for you, please reconsider and find out how easy PowerShell/PowerCLI really is. PowerShell is Microsoft’s new scripting platform and management strategy, so if you’re a Windows admin you’ll have to face it sooner or later. It’s just a matter of time.

If you think I missed some good links worth the mention on my page, please let me know by dropping me an email, ping me on twitter or just leave a comment below.

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