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  1. New Verb: Demo

    Demo would be a great verb for training or saving example scripts. Demo-DSCGet is pretty self-documenting. Demo-Format would be exactly what you would want to search for if you don't quite remember how the -f works but do remember making an example function. Fits right in with Proto; Easy to understand their meaning and encourages best practice behavior...

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  2. Powershell AD: drive tab completion broken in windows server 2016

    In Windows Server 2012, when in the default AD: drive.
    when I start typing 'cd DC=' then hit tab, autocomplete resolves the following (works)

    cd '.\DC=monitor,DC=org'

    In windows server 2016, tab completion resolves with an extra \ at the end, and the command fails

    PS AD:> cd '.\DC=monitor,DC=org'
    cd : Cannot find path 'AD:\DC=monitor,DC=org' because it does not exist.
    At line:1 char:1
    + cd '.\DC=monitor,DC=org'
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    + CategoryInfo          : ObjectNotFound: (AD:\DC=monitor,DC=org\:String) [Set-Location], ItemNotFoundException
    
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : PathNotFound,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.SetLocationCommand

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