PowerShell V2 installed by default

I’m quite sure you know Powershell – this incredibly fancy Shell that allows you to do things you couldn’t even imagine without 🙂

Version 1.1 of Powershell is now heavy on market – every new software from Microsoft must be powershell-enabled.

But the best thing is that Microsoft announced, Powershell will be installed by default on every copy of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. And as far as I know there will be support for Powershell in Windows Server Core.

Find the details here

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Born in 1977. After finishing Matura studies 3 Semesters at University of St. Gallen (BWL). After leaving University finally arrived at IT :)

Works as an Systemadministrator, Network & Security Engineer. Daily business varies but mostly Active Directory, VMWAre ESX (Virtual Infrastructure), SAN, E-Mail Management and SQL Server Administration.

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