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Microsoft’s given the world new versions of PowerShell that bring the popular automation and scripting tool to MacOS and Linux.
PowerShell Core 6.0’s both an upgrade and a replacement for its predecessors.
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It’s a replacement because Microsoft’s no longer actively developing its predecessor, “Windows PowerShell”. That tool will be kept secure in future updates to Windows Server and Windows.
Those of you looking for future fun, by way of enhancements, need to adopt PowerShell Core. That moniker reflects the fact it runs with the .Net Core, rather than the Windows-only .NET framework.
Change - Microsoft - Sysadmins - Toolset - Operating
The change has been made because Microsoft wants sysadmins to have one toolset to work with in whatever operating environment takes their fancy. That idea’s fuelled by Redmond’s belief that in a hybrid cloud world...
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