TechNet Webcast: Converting from VBScript to Windows PowerShell (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032321872
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Want to convert your scripts—or even just your skills—from Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) to Windows PowerShell? Join this webcast to learn how. We explore how Windows PowerShell includes all of the major constructs and features in VBScript, making it easy to translate your VBScript skills to this new administrative environment. We illustrate how to convert tools in VBScript into the native scripting language in Windows PowerShell. We also examine the unique structure in Windows PowerShell and show you how to start using the Windows PowerShell scripting language so that your efforts become more efficient and effective.

Presenter: Don Jones, Scripting Guru, Author, SAPIEN Technology

Don Jones is the founder of ScriptingAnswers.com, a site dedicated to improving Windows administration through scripting and automation. Don is the first on-staff scripting guru at SAPIEN Technology. He has been helping Windows administrators create automation solutions since 2003 and is the author of a half-dozen books on scripting and automation technologies. Don and Jeffery Hicks are coauthors of Windows PowerShell: TFM (SAPIEN Press, 2006), the definitive manual to using Windows PowerShell to make Windows administration easier and more effective.



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