Here’s YOUR opportunity for some free online training for Powershell Basics and to Ask the Experts “how to do it”

Register now on “The Edge” at Technet for a free session on Powershell Basics.

the Synopsis of the upcoming event….

Are there admin tasks you’d like to automate, but not sure how?  Do you want to learn Windows Powershell, but aren’t sure where to start? 

Send us your questions by emailing us here (aeshen@microsoft.com ) by Wednesday, September 15th , then join us for our LIVE TechNet webcast where we show how to use Windows Powershell to make your life easier.

Click here to register for the event!

Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM Pacific Time
Event Overview:

This one-hour webcast is geared towards IT professionals who do not have a strong coding or scripting background. We help you to understand the basics of Windows PowerShell, including parsing, piping, getting help, using variables and operators, and flow control. By the end of this session, you should understand enough to create simple commands and be comfortable enough to explore Windows PowerShell on your own.
Presenter: Peter Lammers, Lead Developer, Aeshen

Peter Lammers, lead developer at Aeshen, is an IT professional with a 17-year background in troubleshooting, training, modifying and supporting software applications, network administration, troubleshooting, and server and desktop support.

About Aeshen:

For over ten years Aeshen has been working with some of the biggest names in technology. In addition to our work with HP and Cisco we are preferred vendors for Microsoft and Intel in our core disciplines of web and application development, training and education, and QA services. This is in addition to the traditional types of deliverables we’ve historically done; developer and IT Pro focused content such as value props and marketing collateral, demos (online demos, click-through demos), labs, whitepapers, decks, and interactive vignettes for marketing and training.

For more information, visit http://www.aeshen.com/