Monthly Archives: July 2012

Creating a Slipstream SQL Server install media using #PowerShell


Slipstream is a term used to describe merging original source media with updates and then installing the updated files. Blah..Blablablablah…Learn how to do this with Powershell 🙂

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Some fun with #Powershell, build quizzes O_O!!!


Tolerate my verbosity as it is not everyday that you find interesting topics to explore. Another day, and this time it is Brent Ozar’s (Blog|Twitter) turn to inspire me. In his blog post ‘Blog Posts I couldn’t develop in 2011’,

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Simulating Where.exe functionality using PowerShell


Yesterday, Laerte Junior(Blog|twitter) re-tweeted an interesting blog post by Microsoft MVP Jeffery Hicks (twitter) which shows how to quickly find the file you are looking for by using the cmdlet ‘Get-FileItem’. Here is a link to Jeff’s blog post: Where

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Get-DiskSizes, Including mount points using powershell


Get-DiskSizes, Including mount points using powershell

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