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  1. Episode 245 – PowerScripting Podcast – Dan Cunningham on the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit »

    A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.


    In This Episode

    Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Dan Cunningham about the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit


    PowerShell Saturday #005 – Atlanta announced for Oct 26th is building a repository of DSC modules

    PowerShell summit agenda info


    Guests – Dan Cunningham


    Chatroom Buzz-

    PowerShell Saturday 006: Hear the Scripting Guy and the Winner of the Advanced Category in the Scripting Games

    Two weeks until PowerShell Saturday 005 in Atlanta (October 26th):

    jonwalz my audio is cutting out but i think this is the privilege guard tool he’s talking about:

    JonWalz: would steve’s favorite tool help?    (Interesting product)

    ## DONT USE INTERNET EXPLORER it doesn’t work with the vide

    you guys know what to do with the whole ## stuff right?

    ## to ask a question

    ## is there an app list like chocolety

    ## did he talk about targeting yet?

    ### PS 3.0

    ##will I be at a disadvantage if I don’t have SCCM?  If so what functionality do I lose?

    ##Could I use Group Policy as a targeting mechanism if I don’t have SCCM?  Or would that be messy?

    ## And you could train a helpdesk person to creat packages

    ### does the product called Tanium play in this space?  Peer-to-Peer distribution model based tool.

    ## Why does most of your documentation use Lotus Notes as the example application?

    ## Does the tool inspect MSi files and list which properties can be specified on commandline?

    ## Does the tool inspect MSI files and list which properties can be specified on commandline?

    ## Are there any plans to automate the process of creating the Deploy-Application.ps1 scripts via a GUI, rather than asking the user to modify them by hand?

    The Question – Hero/Power

    Superman / fly home

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