Here is collection of example scripts for connecting/modifying AD or managing Windows machines:
- Celerra Powershell Example
- Code Snippets
- Computer Property Viewer Powershell Example
- Create SCCM Software Package Collections
- Dell Jigsaw Web Services and Powershell
- GPO Setting Search Powershell Example
- GUID Collection/Account Prestaging VBScript Example
- Mapping AFS Paths Powershell Example
- Modify Local Group using Computer Description Powershell Example
- MySQL Powershell Module
- NCSUComputer PowerShell Module
- OU/Group Creation VBScript Example
- Permissions Add-on for SCCM Powershell Module
- Powershell API for VCenter
- Setting Windows Deployment Registry Data
- Intro to PowerShell Class – 3/7/2012 – Slides
- PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin — 5 part video series
The Scriptomatic fine family of products:
- Scriptomatic 2.0 – This gui shows you how to write VBScript, Perl, Python, or JScript to interface with the Windows Management Interface. It generates snippets of code based off of options in the menus, and then you can string them together to do more complicated tasks.
- PowerShell Scriptomatic – Same as the above, but for PowerShell.
- ADSI Scriptomatic – Currently vbscript only, but easily convertible to powershell, this is for the Active Directory Scripting Interface (ADSI) rather than the Windows Management Interface (WMI) used by the previous two.
- HTA Helpomatic – HTA’s are standalone HTML applications (think a simplified little launcher with a handful of buttons pointing to different scripts).
- Technet Group Policy Blog filtered for Powershell
- PowerShell Code Repository
- Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog
- Powershell with Web Services (Ken Hoover@Yale)
- Mod-PoSH Powershell Scripting
- WhitworthTech Powershell Scripting
- PowerShell Syntax
- Bing PowerShell cmdlet search
- Scripting with Windows PowerShell – This is a collection of five webcast videos that introduce Windows PowerShell. This is the “Scripting with Windows PowerShell” presented by the Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson. Each webcast is about an hour long, and spends quite a bit of at the powershell command prompt demonstrating various PowerShell capabilities.