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PowerShell User Group event - June 2016 in London in Rackspace

I would like to thank you all for attending PowerShell User Group in London in Rackspace.

Please find PowerShell Pester code from my session on GitHub.

Thank you Josh Atwell for your first session and thank you Matt Penny for your fantastic sketch notes. …

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Pass-through wired or wireless (Wi-Fi) NIC to VM using Hyper-V Discrete Device Assignment (DDA) in Windows Server 2016

Hyper-V Discrete Device Assignment (DDA) was developed for attaching (passing through) video adapters into virtual machines. This feature exists on other hypervisors (for example VMDirectPath I/O passthrough on VMware ESXi) for a long time and it is used to virtualize applications that can leverage GPU hardware. Such applications are used for example for scientific calculations or for video encoding.

I tested DDA on network adapters. On Windows Server Technology Preview 5 I attached three …

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PowerShell User Group event - February 2016 in London in Rackspace

Placeholder for PowerShell User Group in London in Rackspace

Slides and code from presentation:

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Modify disk classifications in Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) using PowerShell

Do you need to modify large number of disk classifications in System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM)? It is very simple in PowerShell.

Get-SCVMHost -VMMServer MyVMMserver -ComputerName MyHyperV -OutVariable vmHost |

Format-Table -Property FQDN, ProcessorModel

$storageClassification = Get-SCStorageClassification -Name 'My disk class'

Get-SCStorageDisk -VMHost $vmHost[0] -OutVariable hostDisk | Format-Table -Property Name, Classification

$hostDisk | Set-SCStorageDisk - …

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PowerShell Windows User Group event for DevOps - September 2015 in Czech

I would like to thank you very much for attending our PowerShell Windows User Group (WUG) event.

Current event: PowerShell for DevOps aka PowerShell Hidden treasures (Czech language)

Btw. did you know that Jeffrey Snover (@jsnover) is the Mother of PowerShell?

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