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    22 comments  ·  PowerShell » Documentation  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Stephen Owen commented  · 

    Syntax examples are what we're looking for. Give us an extra tab, just like this, with PowerShell examples of how to do the stuff we're shown how to do today in VB, C++ and C#.

    I took the liberty of mocking up exactly what we're asking for.

    https://foxdeploy.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/powershell-samples-in-technet.png

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    1 comment  ·  PowerShell » WinRM  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    This is a big problem for a financial customer of mine. With WiNRM HTTPs enabled across the whole environment, we anticipate a nightmare scenario when WinRM stops funtioning, once the certificate is no longer valid.

    To clarify, this issue exists because WinRM will configure listeners using a hard-coded reference to a given certificate thumbprint. Once the cert no longer exists due to revocation, machine renaming or expiration, the listenere will still remain with the previous Cert Thumbprint. I've written code to resolve this problem, which can be deployed as a Scheduled Task or to execute with any tooling, but it's still an unneeded complication.

    Tools like SCCM and SCOM already have built-in tasks to remediate cert issues. I think PowerShell should as well.

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    8 comments  ·  PowerShell » ISE and tooling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Stephen Owen commented  · 

    An additional way to do this could be a SublimeText style 'highlight all' when I do a Find. Control+F's window should display the number of occurrences of my highlighted strings as well.

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    Stephen Owen commented  · 

    Joey, kill it! Kill! It's the worst thing. Anytime I do a training I forget about this and it's super obnoxious to have click behavior highjacked to take me back to the cursor. The silly thing about this 'feature' is that we already had the option to do this just by moving the cursor using the arrow keys or typing. Doing one of those will automatically scroll back to the cursor location.

    Not sure who benefits from the 'click to scroll back' use case.

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    Stephen Owen commented  · 

    Agreed, I'd love to see Enhanced Session support added for non-Windows OSes!

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    4 comments  ·  Virtualization » Management tools  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Stephen Owen commented  · 

    I'd love for Hyper-V to have CPU and Disk access indicators in the Virtual Machine Connection status bar, much like VMware does today.

    While we're at it, I don't think that the Stop vs. Save button distinction makes a lot of sense. It would make more sense to have a Downward facing error, or a diskette save icon.

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