Since I’m using the PowerShell Community Extensions, it makes sense for me to also use the prompt mechanism defined there. In this article I will describe what PSCX provides over and above what PowerShell provides and how I have chosen to integrate it into my environment. PSCX implements its prompt mechanism as a layer over […]
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I’ve been using the Community Extensions for PowerShell for some time now but for various reasons haven’t had the time to really dive in and learn it (or PowerShell) the way I’d like. My company (well, the IT department at my company) is now standardizing on using PowerShell in place of cmd.exe and using the community […]
I’m working little-by-little towards using PowerShell as my primary command shell instead of cmd.exe. I’m still a ways away, but PowerShell Community Extensions takes me a bit closer to my goal. Here’s a description from their web site: PowerShell Community Extensions (PSCX) is aimed at providing a widely useful set of additional cmdlets, providers, aliases, […]