La terza era di Powershell, di Richard Siddaway
We’re now firmly in the Third Age of PowerShell.
The First Age covered the betas and PowerShell 1.0
PowerShell was adopted by developers and admins (with a scripting background) that saw the need for better automation tools and went looking for them. Information was sketchy, and every new discovery of how to do something generated a blog post.
Exchange 2007 relied on PowerShell for some activities but most admins only used it when they had to and in a very begrudging way. The moans about functionality that was only available through PowerShell went on & on
Write-Host “Why can’t I use the GUI”
PowerShell was very niche with a relatively small number of (very vocal) supporters and was viewed as something that had to be used rather than a tool admins were comfortable with.
The Second Age started with the release of Windows Server 2008 R2…
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