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    Quote Originally Posted by themightymrp View Post
    Damn... guess I really am going to have to get stuck into this learning Powershell thing!
    One would assume that some fancy GUI will no doubt be implemented backended by powershell by the time we all come to using it. So, as much as i look forward to playing with PC settings via powershell, hopefully we won't be required to for the bulk of it by the time group policy is abandoned in favour of it.

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    i use PS most days for our exchange and fell in love with it so much i have books for it, i don't buy books for scripting but with how much it can do it required a book to understand and refrance to.
    all the new pupils are made via ps including email setup and members of

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    Can you recommend a good Powershell book to get started with?

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    as i use it the most on exchange i got a exchange 2010 powershell cookbook

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    Quote Originally Posted by themightymrp View Post
    Damn... guess I really am going to have to get stuck into this learning Powershell thing!
    thats why im booked on a course in york next month for powershell its something i think is just going to become the normal way of doing things over the next few years

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    Getting to be more like a Windows 7 desktop with every update

    And I've just come up with a new name for the update, Windows 7.1
    Last edited by Davit2005; 4th April 2014 at 12:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davit2005 View Post
    And I've just come up with a new name for the update, Windows 7 SP2
    FTFY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    FTFY.
    Windows 7 SP2, Even better , just what I need on this Friday afternoon, being hectic week.
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    To be honest, I could see GPOs being replaced by integration into SCCM. The fact that SCCM has reporting means you could see if policies were being applied or not. I think Microsoft see SCCM as an integral part of the future and are trying to push it, to me it makes sense given the power that it has.

    I for one would be very happy with this, it would really centralise everything and with the ability to setup alerts it would be easier to keep on top of things. I think they would have to offer stripped down versions for small businesses though as the price might be too high.

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