A piece of my work around PowerShell and IIS (or usefull things I've found on the web). Mostly some reminders for myself!

We are pleased to announce that we are releasing the Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1 today via the Microsoft download center. WMF 5.1 upgrades Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, and Windows Server 2012 R2 to the PowerShell, WMI, WinRM and SIL components that were released with Windows Server 2016 […]

Even if there’s still, as far as I know, no official release date for WMF 5.0 a new version of the preview is available since one week. Once again, this preview includes both stable and experimental features. WMF 5.0 Preview: Defining “experimental designs” and “stable designs” New features in PowerShell 5.0 include: PowerShell class definitions […]

Holly shit, they did it! Exceptionally, this will be the only english sentence of this post. English is not my native language, obviously, but this time the subject is not exclusively technical and I’m so stunned that I fear the lost in translation. Parfois, ils me font rire et souvent ils me font honte. Je […]

This post is absolutely off-topic and has nothing to do with PowerShell (or IIS my second hobby…) but we are currently in a period of holidays and celebrations, so fun. Moreover, and above all, we all love technology and to understand how things work. Jacob O’Neal is graphic designer by profession and runs, as a […]

Want to know the tricks of the architect and inventor of Powershell, Jeffrey Snover? Click on the course (Advanced Tools & Scripting with PowerShell 3.0 Jump Start) and simply learn how to transform your management and automation scripts in real time tools and useful and reusable cmdlets. You will discover the best practices and models […]

Last week, a French court ordered the major French ISPs to block The Pirate Bay website. This decision was made following a complaint filed by a company of rights holders, the SCPP – Société Civile des Producteurs de Phonogrammes – whose president, Pascal Nègre, was obviously delighted in a statement. But what that dear Pascal […]

This course provides an overview of new features in PowerShell 4.0. It is aimed at IT Pros already using PowerShell 3.0 who are looking to get a jump start on v4.   PowerShell v4 is default on Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, but it can also be installed on Windows 7 and Windows […]

Your unfinished passion project. The game that’s missing a final level. The app in need of a few testers. Join your peers for that final mile. Publish it. French event = french post… Inscrivez-vous au grand Hackathon le 16 et 17 mai 2014 ! Microsoft France organise un grand Hackathon les 16 et 17 mai […]

Information on Microsoft Azure and Heartbleed

The Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL (CVE-2014-0160) has received a significant amount of attention recently. While the discovered issue is specific to OpenSSL, many customers are wondering whether this affects Microsoft’s offerings, specifically Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Account and Microsoft Azure, along with most Microsoft Services, were not impacted by the OpenSSL vulnerability. Windows’ implementation of SSL/TLS was also not impacted.

//learn/ is a collaborative effort by Microsoft and Microsoft MVPs to help our developers across the globe to build Windows Platform Apps. Learn from our MVPs as they deliver informative sessions, in your local language (see below for language tracks), on the latest topics and start building your app today!

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In other words, free training courses by experts and members of the products team as short videos or slide presentations. So if you do not know about Microsoft Virtual Academy, you have to. And if you already knew about, you’d probably still have something to learn on it; so, go! Now!

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