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Azure Exams and Performance-Based Testing – How to create a VM without knowing PowerShell or CLI

Azure Exams and Performance-Based Testing – How to create a VM without knowing PowerShell or CLI

Overview Recently, there’s been a lot of focus on the new Azure exams (with good reason, since all of the “current” exams/certifications expiring due to this, causing everyone to re-certify just to maintain their certifications and/or organization’s partner competency status).…

Oh Where, Oh Where, Did My Azure PowerShell Go?

Oh Where, Oh Where, Did My Azure PowerShell Go?

Today while preparing for an Azure Cloud Lab that I will be delivering next week, I installed the latest version of Azure PowerShell (which in this case is version 1.2.0). Normally, when you have Azure PowerShell installed, you can search…

PowerShell Deployment Toolkit (PDT) – Installer.ps1 Fails With “Failed Installing Server Feature Group 1” Error

PowerShell Deployment Toolkit (PDT) – Installer.ps1 Fails With “Failed Installing Server Feature Group 1” Error

I encountered this error when I attempted to re-build my lab environment. What is interesting though, is that I ran the Installer.ps1 script like I had done so in the past, with no new modifications to the Variable.xml file. But…

My Experience With The PowerShell Deployment Toolkit (PDT) – Part 4 (PDT GUI for PowerShell Deployment Toolkit)

Recently, via Twitter, I was alerted to something new and exciting with the PowerShell Deployment Toolkit (PDT).  Previous, I have written a series on My Experience With The PowerShell Deployment Toolkit (PDT). which continues to get hits/views every day!  I…

My Experience With The PowerShell Deployment Toolkit (PDT) – Part 3 (Installer.ps1)

In our last post, we used the PDT’s VMCreator.ps1 script to create all the VMs that are required to setup all System Center components. Now, we are going to use the Installer.ps1 script to finish the installation. Installer.PS1 SCRIPT Start by running PowerShell command prompt…

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