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PS without BS: Showing a popup box and killing it

This is a simple solution for those wanting to show a popup box, but not leave it up indefinitely. This may be useful if you
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PS without BS: Replacing Select Case True

This is a short blog to describe how to replace VBScript's brilliant "Select Case True" with PowerShell.

Instead of evaluating one variable, what happens

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When SQL has no certificate...

Yesterday I posted a blog on how to identify the SQL Certificate used. I had some questions come from this, and the biggest one
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Server Core: Navigating an old but new world

Lately, I've done a lot of posting on Server Core and one thing I've neglected to write on is how you actually navigate in this
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PS without BS: Finding the SQL Cert and trusting it to a remote system

This was an interesting case, and surprisingly didn't really find anything on how to do this out there. But, the problem statement was simple. When
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Today's History

2011: In Vietnam, 1,400 members of the ruling Communist Party of Vietnam gather to vote for new leaders
2011: All bullet trains in northern and central Japan were temporarily halted due a computer glitch; thousands of passengers are affected
2010: Ali Hassan al-Majid, former Iraqi minister, also known as Chemical Ali, is sentenced to death for the poison gas attack at Halabja
2009: Israel declares a unilateral ceasefire in the Gaza War, effective January 18, as Hamas declares a ceasefire of its own
1998: President Clinton faces sexual harrament charges from Paula Jones
1997: NBA suspends Dennis Rodman indefinitely/$25,000 for kicking cameraman
1995: 7.2 earthquake destroys Kobe Japan killing 5,372 die
1995: Los Angeles Rams announce that they are moving to St. Louis
1995: "Carousel" closes at Beaumont Theater New York City after 322 performances
1995: Australia beat Australia A 2-0 to win the World Series Cup