Monthly Archives: June 2009

Microsoft TechNet, MSDN, and some other learning resources…

Here’s some good Microsoft learning resources and can help you stay up-to-date with new technologies:   1. Windows 7 Feature Walkthroughs: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/dd320282.aspx 2. TechNet “Microsoft – How Do I? Videos”: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/cc138021.aspx 3. MSDN “Learn” section: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/bb188199.aspx 4. RAMP UP – … Continue reading

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June 25th 2009 – So Florida SQL User Group – PowerShell and SQL Server presentation…

Tonight I will be presenting PowerShell and SQL Server bring in some samples.  There will be giveaways you don’t want to miss.  Also, you can download my presentation which includes supporting documents and all the PowerShell script samples.  During this … Continue reading

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Windows PowerShell 2.0 is near…

  Windows PowerShell 2.0 is around the corner.  Technet Script Center has made available the pre-release  documentation of the new Windows PowerShell 2.0.   This new release has a lot to offered to all IT professionals and scripters enthusiast. With already … Continue reading

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PowerShell – Working with ODBC DSN Connection

How can we add ODBC connections without opening the Windows “ODBC Administrator” application? Works in Windows Vista and Windows 7 RC.   We are going from this: To this: PS C:\> Add-ODBCconnection2HKCU.ps1 Here’s my sample of my registry before I run … Continue reading

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