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BSonPosh v1 Powershell Module finally ships!

Thanks to 12 hours of time in an airplane I was able to put the finishing touches on my BSonPosh Module.

I have added help for all my cmdlets and created format files.

Download Here: BSonPosh V1

[Update]:: I had to post an updated zip file as I was missing some KMS cmdlets. Thanks Jason for pointing that out!

8 Responses to “BSonPosh v1 Powershell Module finally ships!”

  1. on 23 May 2010 at 7:53 amJason

    The test-KMSIsActivated cmdlet requires Get-KMSStatus which doesn’t appear to be available.

    Jason

  2. on 23 May 2010 at 10:29 amtshell

    Blast it!

    Fixing now :(

  3. on 18 Jun 2010 at 1:55 pmOliver

    Hi Brandon.

    I was looking at your BSonPosh v1 Powershell Module.
    In your Test-ADReplication.ps1 you creat a function called Ping-Server.
    Since you force the user to have PoSh v2 (#Requires -Version 2.0) you don’t need the function.
    PoSH v2 has a cmdlet Test-Connection.

    that’s all I have for now (but I only have looked at this one script for now).

    Best Regards
    Oliver

  4. on 18 Jun 2010 at 7:17 pmtshell

    I know about Test-Connection. I dont like it. I prefer my Test-Host cmdlet

  5. on 07 Jul 2010 at 11:36 amRob Wiley

    Hi Brandon,

    I really like bsonposh module. It is taking me a while to work my way through the various functions, but there are so many useful ones. I’ve worked Send-FTP into a number of my scripts. It’s so much nicer than using http://ftp.exe – and sometimes, it simply makes it possible to script what http://ftp.exe could not since it uses passive transfer.

    I do wonder where Receive-FTP is though. I have to say that your scripting skills are quite a bit beyond me, though I am learning a lot from working through them. I use the following as Receive-FTP (which I got from StackOverflow at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/936108/how-to-script-ftp-upload-and-download ) but it doesn’t work in the same manner as your Send FTP.

    So I was wondering – why did you build Send-FTP the way you did. As opposed to doing it in the manner of the StackOverflow post. Any chance you might create a Receive-FTP?

    Thanks for the community involvement. I enjoy your work.

    -Rob

  6. on 07 Jul 2010 at 12:24 pmtshell

    Thanks for you kind words and I am happy to share my work.

    Regarding “Send-FTP:” That particular script was actually provided by Joel from http://huddledmasses.org

  7. on 02 Jan 2012 at 2:39 pmtomlommar

    Thanks alot for this. I’ll give it a try right away.

  8. on 10 Jan 2012 at 11:42 pmintimateas

    I know about Test-Connection. I dont like it. I prefer my Test-Host cmdlet

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