Revisiting the PowerShell Profile

I’ve posted about the PowerShell profile before but I didn’t really go in depth on it, so I wanted to revisit the subject to make sure that I address some of the points that I may have missed.

To find your PowerShell profile location, you can use PowerShell to list it.

Get-ChildItem $profile

This will bring back the directory %UserProfile%\Documents\WindowsPowerShell.  … Continue reading

Using PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)

I’m just starting to scratch the surface with Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC). This seems to be the proper way to accurately configure multiple servers with the identical configuration. Using DSC (Desired State Configuration) to configure servers is as simple as generating a base template that you want to use to setup the servers, and then run it against a list or single server.… Continue reading