My ramblings on the stuff that holds it all together
Installing a PowerShell IDE on Windows Server 2008 R2
I’m sitting Thomas Lee’s PowerCamp espresso-powered PowerShell course this weekend – highly recommended, see my previous post.
I didn’t know this, being a POSH newbue, but there is a free, built-in PowerShell IDE, editor that ships with Windows Server 2008 R2, so for my labs I tend to install PowerGUI to bodge together some scripts.
Two lines of POSH and you can install the editor from PowerShell rather than struggling with notepad.
It’s quite functional, and does the job and it’s free/built-in.
There are other commercial editors if you need to do this on a more regular basis from your own workstation.