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  1. Nigel Hickey (@vCenterNerd)
    Nigel Hickey (@vCenterNerd) at |


    Thanks for this simple yet awesome tutorial! I currently have a limited skill set with PowerShell/CLI but I am forcing myself to use it more each day for the silly things like checkbox settings or rebooting a VM. So as I become more familiar with the commands & functions I tend to get lost and forget the simple things like making my ISE workspace look & feel comfy, like you have shown here. Awesome stuff.

    Thanks again!


  2. Zdzislaw "Stisse" Twardy
    Zdzislaw "Stisse" Twardy at |


    The last picture (red 1,2,3,4).
    Please make the example how you will make configuration changes using PoSh not GUI.If I have 100 servers I will not do it 100 times

    Good article ! Thanks


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