Creating CIM Scripts without Scripting

When Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 came out, along with PowerShell 3.0, we got our hands on some terrific technology in the form of the CIM cmdlets. Actually, we got much more than people realize. One of the reasons there was a big bump in the number of shipping modules and cmdlets was CDXML. … Continue reading

Get PowerShell Version with WMI

With the release of PowerShell 4.0, it is possible you might end up with a mix of systems in your environment. I know I do because I do a lot of writing, testing and development that requires multiple versions in my test network. Recently I was doing some Group Policy work when I thought about WMI … Continue reading

Runspaces, Remoting and Workflow, Oh My!

The other day on Twitter I saw a message about new script in the Microsoft Script Center on getting remote event logs with WMI. So I took a look at the script. If you take a minute to look at the script you'll quickly realize this is not a script for beginners. My initial thought was "Why?". We … Continue reading