I’m one of the founders and writers over at PowerShellTaskForce.com and during the last week I have published two articles about how to monitor Active Directory from PowerShell using both pull and push methods. Head over there and read the articles:
Just stumbled on an interesting blog article today about how HP have started to offer PowerShell support for many iLO functions such as Boot Ordering, UID and Power status. Great!
Read more at the source: http://thatcouldbeaproblem.com/?p=685
Today I got my 1249:th registration email for Sorlov.PowerShell library! I get about 2-3 email daily with suggestions and questions about future versions! I love it – keep it comming! And I’m wondering who will be number 1250…
To celebrate this I updated some code in the Experimental DLL. I implemented a simple wrapper on top of HtmlAgilityPack (integrated) that will allow you to pull any HTML file and convert into XML. Why is this a good idea? Well if you wan’t to quickly access/scrape a site (I assume within the legal limits) and don’t wan’t to use the ParsedHTML (slooooow) property of a fetched HTML document. This approach is very simple and very effective! The new command is Import-HTML and accepts a local file or a remote http path as argument and you will get a xml-structure back to work with!