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CODE: PowerShell tweaks for controlling Virtual Server

If you've been keeping up with all the information going around about PowerShell, you should be interested in the latest information from Ben Armstrong. 

Previously, Ben discussed how to control Virtual Server from PowerShell since it isn't easy as an out of the box solution.  Now, he has come up with a couple of simple tweaks to make interacting with Virtual Server even easier. 

With just three simple steps that he outlines, it becomes quite easy to interact with Virtual Server using PowerShell.

  1. Load the interop DLL as part of your profile
  2. Create a script for setting COM security
  3. If you are running Microsoft Vista and you need to run PowerShell as an administrator, you can do this manually creating a new shortcut and checking this option under the compatibility tab.

For all of the information that you need, visit Ben's Web site, here and be sure to comment.

Published Saturday, June 17, 2006 6:22 PM by David Marshall
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