Tuesday, August 28, 2012, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (add it to your calendar NOW!)
It's free! Go here and register NOW!
(Registration is not required, but will help us plan for the event, order pizza and spread the word.)
Speaker is scheduled, SWAG is being acquired, people are signing up.
Ed Wilson, the Microsoft Scripting Guy and a well-known scripting expert, will be the kick off speaker for the new Cincinnati PowerShell user group. His topic will be "Using Windows PowerShell 3.0 to manage the remote Windows 8 workstation".
Goodies are on the way from Microsoft Press, O'Reilly, APress and others! Free books, discounts, and other stuff, all to be given away as door prizes. (But I know you are coming to hear Ed speak, not to win door prizes!)
Come prepared to network, talk PowerShell and even volunteer to support this new user group!
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Ed's Topic "Using Windows PowerShell 3.0 to manage the remote Windows 8 workstation"
There are four different ways to manage a remote Windows 8 workstation. The first is to use WMI remoting, the second is to use the computername cmdlets, the third is to use WinRm and Windows PowerShell native remoting, the last way is to use the CIM cmdlets. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages for the network administrator. In this session, I will examine each approach, and provide a checklist of criteria to aid the enterprise network administrator in choosing the appropriate technology for a variety of real world scenarios. This presentation combines live demo’s and interactive discussion to heighten learning.
About the presenter:
Ed Wilson is the Microsoft Scripting Guy and a well-known scripting expert. He writes the daily Hey Scripting Guy! blog. He has also spoken multiple times at TechEd as well as at the Microsoft internal Tech Ready and Geek Ready conferences. He has also spoken at the first SQL Rally conference in Orlando, as well as at numerous SQL Saturday events. He is a Microsoft-certified trainer who has delivered a popular Windows PowerShell workshop to Microsoft Premier Customers worldwide. He has written 9 books including 6 on Windows scripting that were published by Microsoft Press. He has also contributed to nearly a dozen other books. His Windows PowerShell 2.0 Best Practices book for Microsoft Press is currently a best seller. Ed holds more than 20 industry certifications, including Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), the Microsoft Certified Data Base Administrator (MCDBA) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Prior to coming to work for Microsoft, he was a senior consultant for a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner where he specialized in Active Directory design and Exchange implementation. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, underwater photography, and scuba diving.