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  1. Kari's Avatar
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       #251

    cereberus said: View Post
    Just arrived .

    The wrist band is definitely a fashion accessory for geeks.

    I have decided its main use will be to host the Macrium Reflect Rescue files. No more -which (or where is that) damn usb stick did I had the Rescue files on!
    Thanks for confirming it arrived. It's now only the US winners waiting theirs.

    BTW, the rubber tip on that pen / flashlight is really practical. I use it instead of a finger to browse on my Windows phone and tablet :)


    lx07 said: View Post
    I think using Hyper-V manager to control VMs on another PC would be good. Especially on another PC on a workgroup not domain.
    Another good idea.

    My idea, what about demostration about creating your own VM repository to be used with Hyper-V Quick Create? And, for the future, what about special PowerShell scripting sessions?
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  2. slicendice's Avatar
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       #252

    Kari said: View Post
    My idea, what about demostration about creating your own VM repository to be used with Hyper-V Quick Create? And, for the future, what about special PowerShell scripting sessions?
    YES and YES! :)
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  3.    #253

    "Perhaps" and "YES" for me.

    I'm not sure how useful creating a VM repository is. For me personally as a home user/enthusiast I don't see the point (and yes I read the tutorial ). I'd listen in though certainly.

    PowerShell scripting definitely I would be VERY interested in as my knowledge consists basically of randomly combining other peoples scripts (found on the internet) and I'd like it if we could discuss more efficient (or elegant) ways. That would be fun I think.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #254

    I would like that, John would sometime join, and tell us about how and why he started Designer Media, with all our forums.
    Maybe something about how he learned how to do it, you know, some history.
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       #255

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I would like that, John would sometime join, and tell us about how and why he started Designer Media, with all our forums.
    Maybe something about how he learned how to do it, you know, some history.

    I don't do talking to people, that's why I work on the internet
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  6.    #256

    z3r010 said: View Post
    I don't do talking to people, that's why I work on the internet
    We will be gentle - we promise!
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  7. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #257

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I would like that, John would sometime join, and tell us about how and why he started Designer Media, with all our forums.
    Maybe something about how he learned how to do it, you know, some history.
    z3r010 said: View Post
    I don't do talking to people, that's why I work on the internet
    Well that answered one question
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       #258

    cereberus said: View Post
    I think a companion Hyper-V session would be good covering how to use it, enhanced mode, how to use checkpoints (including differences in checkpoint types) etc.
    Good idea!

    Kari said: View Post
    Hyper-V session is in my opinion a good idea. Let's see if we get other opinions.
    I'm good with it.

    lx07 said: View Post
    I think using Hyper-V manager to control VMs on another PC would be good. Especially on another PC on a workgroup not domain.
    This would be an excellent topic for those that don't know how this works, particularly for those with simple home networks.

    Kari said: View Post
    Thanks for confirming it arrived. It's now only the US winners waiting theirs.

    BTW, the rubber tip on that pen / flashlight is really practical. I use it instead of a finger to browse on my Windows phone and tablet :)




    Another good idea.

    My idea, what about demostration about creating your own VM repository to be used with Hyper-V Quick Create? And, for the future, what about special PowerShell scripting sessions?
    That would be an extension of how to create your own VM, correct? As long as it included how to safeguard the VMs, including things like location(s) of files for use (SSD or not), as well as backup for later restoral onto a new system / after a clean install....

    And PowerShell scripting - oh, yeah, that would be loads of fun to delve into - that might even need multiple get togethers, as there is only so much you can cover in one (or 3) sittings in a day....

    slicendice said: View Post
    YES and YES! :)
    lx07 said: View Post
    "Perhaps" and "YES" for me.

    I'm not sure how useful creating a VM repository is. For me personally as a home user/enthusiast I don't see the point (and yes I read the tutorial ). I'd listen in though certainly.

    PowerShell scripting definitely I would be VERY interested in as my knowledge consists basically of randomly combining other peoples scripts (found on the internet) and I'd like it if we could discuss more efficient (or elegant) ways. That would be fun I think.
    I think that the benefit of the might be more discernible if the topic were to cover not only the generation of a repository, but the *necessity* or *advantages* of having such a repository.

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I would like that, John would sometime join, and tell us about how and why he started Designer Media, with all our forums.
    Maybe something about how he learned how to do it, you know, some history.
    That would be awesome!

    z3r010 said: View Post
    I don't do talking to people, that's why I work on the internet
    So, write something up and let Microsoft David read it!

    cereberus said: View Post
    We will be gentle - we promise!
    Speak for yourself....

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Well that answered one question
    Perhaps....
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       #259

    Hi there
    definitely powershell scripting --there's a huge amount that can be done in CLI with scripts that I'm sure only a very few of us have ever got beyond 1 line.

    As a bash user in linux I get frustrated when I'm trying to do something similar in windows which I know can be done -- just I don't know how to do it !!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  10.    #260

    Good to see the PowerShell fans

    The thing to remember is it's procedural (not like OOP where one can call objects from anywhere, overide them etc) so those need to be declared before use.

    You can use my script here - it covers most of the bases.. from setting parameters to piping (which is what makes PS stand out) and the normal loops etc.
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