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PowerShell Server Inventory, Part 3: Viewing the Inventory using a UI

This post is part 3 in a 3 part series on building your own server inventory system using PowerShell. Staging the SQL database and tables (Part 1) Collecting server data and pushing to the SQL database (Part 2) Pulling the … Continue reading

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Speaking at the Tampa PowerShell User Group

On May 18th, I will be speaking remotely at the Tampa PowerShell User Group talking about using Runspaces. I don’t know if this will be open for remote users, but if you are local to the Tampa area, then feel … Continue reading

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PowerShell Server Inventory, Part 2: Collecting and Sending Data

This will be at least a 3 part series in which I will go over each aspect of my build which will cover the following topics: Staging the SQL database and tables (Part 1) Collecting server data and pushing to … Continue reading

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PowerShell Server Inventory, Part 1: SQL Database Build

If you’re like me, you might not have SCOM or SCCM or some other 3rd party solution that you can leverage to track all of your systems in your environment that you can pull up at a glance to know … Continue reading

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Speaking at Austin PowerShell User Group

This Thursday at 6pm CST I will be speaking at the Austin PowerShell User Group. I won’t actually be there (I wish I was there) but instead will be doing this remotely from my house. My topic will be on … Continue reading

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