Windows IT Pro 2015-08-27 16:30:00

Scripts have a long history on the Windows OS platform. In Cmd.exe most people call them batch files, but they are scripts nonetheless. The command-line parsing rules that Cmd.exe uses mean that some commands you enter on a Cmd.exe command line behave differently than when you put the same commands in a batch file. This is an ongoing source of confusion for those not familiar with Cmd.exe’s syntax quirks.

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The middle aged IT Pro: Teaching old dogs new tricks

Windows Server 2016 involves technologies that require a substantial adjustment in the way that we do IT. NanoServer. Windows Server and Hyper-V Containers. An even greater reliance on technologies such as PowerShell, such as PowerShell DSC. If these technologies are going to be widely adopted by the every day average server wrangler, Microsoft needs the every day average server wrangler IT Pros to be able to quickly learn a massive amount of new information and new ways of doing things.

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