Video and Materials Available From my Talk on PowerShell Runspaces With Mississippi PowerShell User Group

The video from my presentation to the Mississippi PowerShell User Group is now live on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyTm-bQrkLY

The slides and demo code that I used for this presentation is also available at the link below.

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=607A450CAC265331%213960

I had a great time presenting on a topic that is fun to talk about. I hope to follow up on a couple of questions in the future with a blog article answer to answer them. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding what I talked about!

About Boe Prox

Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP working as a SQL DBA.
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2 Responses to Video and Materials Available From my Talk on PowerShell Runspaces With Mississippi PowerShell User Group

  1. EM says:

    Oh! Just read “Secrets of PowerShell Remoting” and it talks about not being able to do what’s called “2nd Hop” without mucking around with settings. Something that will never be done in our environment. Oh well.

  2. EM says:

    What I’d like to see is a working PowerShell Remote Runspaces example without any C#.

    Goal is to:
    Connect to Management Server from an under powered laptop on the domain.
    Import say 5 Exchange commands, not the whole module.
    Fan-out 20 Runspaces to 20 servers from the Mangement Server
    Have all results come back to the laptop.

    This way I’m not spinning up 20+ runspaces on my crappy laptop, only one to the management server and let it do all the crunching.

    I think that the whole PowerShell community will jump on this , if we have a working pure PS example.

    Thanks to your existing runspace articles, including your Mississipi PSUG in September.

    EM

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