BUG: Show-Command - Additional ^M displayed at the end of the command when you select the RUN button on Windows Server 2016 TP5.
Using RUN button from the Show-Command prompt for New-NanoServerImage command parameters input will generate and load the entire command syntax into the PowerShell console with an additional ^M characters at the end of the command syntax and has to manually backspace to delete the ^M characters prior to hitting ENTER return on the PowerShell console.
This need to be fixed on Show-Command to exclude the ^M characters when selecting the RUN button.2 votes
By default, the tabular output of Get-Process truncates the VM(M) column by default, showing ellipsis (...) for the VM memory size. This is an output formatting bug and should be VERY easy to fix.
Please either properly autosize the columns in the output of Get-Process to avoid the ellipsis for the VM property, or don't show the VM property by default at all. Thanks.2 votes
Seriously. How is this any good for tracking issues? You "upvote" an issue? Cmon.1 vote
We do have a github for tracking issues, and encourage users to post where they feel more comfortable. https://github.com/PowerShell/
TechNet url: https://technet.microsoft.com/library/dn521028(v=sc.20).aspx, the last "Windows Azure: Web Sites 18.104.22.168" url is broken, current is: http://technet.corp.microsoft.com/library/dn521032(v=sc.20).aspx, the correct one is http://technet.microsoft.com/library/dn521032(v=sc.20).aspx1 vote
Technically not a part of our organization, but I’ll try and track down the Azure doc owner for that page and let them know.
Now that you can set a user PSdrive in JEA to to allow copying files, would be nice to have the ability to include to exclude files allows to be copied to the drive and from the drive as part of the configuration script to create the endpoints1 vote
It would be awesome if powershell core was released as a package on nuget.org as well as the regular means.
The reason for this is build systems like cake build can have tools referenced via nuget packages and will pull them down as part of the build.0 votes
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