In this video, I show you how to use some advanced PowerShell debugging techniques. We look at how to debug in the console, debug job, background runspaces, and remote processes. We also used some of the advanced debugging features of
In this video, I show how to use the Active Directory PowerShell module and PowerShell Universal Dashboard to create a website for onboarding new users.
In this post, we will go over how to deploy an Azure container instance based on a Docker image in a private Docker Hub repository. While Azure provides it’s Container Repository, you may already be storing your images in Docker
In this video, I go through how to create a Windows Service using a PowerShell script. We will compile the script to a service, install the service, validate the service is running and then uninstall the service.
In this video I show you how to use the PowerShell Pro Tools: Package as Executable feature to create exes from PowerShell PS1 files.
In this video we will go through how to debug Universal Dashboard endpoints. We will see how to attach VS Code to a Universal Dashboard endpoint and step through the script.
In this video, I demonstrate how to serve files from your website using Publish-UDFolder. I go over how to create a table with file download links and some information about the files.
I recently installed the dotnet 1.11.0 Windows Server Hosting package which apparently installs the .NET Core Runtime. I did so on my development box. After doing so, I noticed that I couldn’t run dotnet –version or any dotnet commands (like
With the 1.6.0-beta1 release, you can now create scheduled endpoints and take advantage of cached variables. Previously, variables would not persist between calls to endpoints. With cached variables, the value will persist and be available in any endpoint script