A Quick PowerShell Primer: But Wait, There's More!

Want to learn PowerShell? Or at least start looking into it?  I've got an even better link for you to check out (though Bill Stewart's article** is good). Try the PowerShell 101 Series at the Windows IT Pro site. Our Scripting editor, Karen Bemowski, has collected all the article links in that series in one easy-to-reach page at the website.

**Bill Stewart's PowerShell article over at the Windows IT Pro site offers a quick read on the basics. Might be a good thing to start looking into, even though you might not ever think you'll need it in your pre-SharePoint-2010 world. (You're not always going to be living in a pre-SharePoint-2010 world, you know.)
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