Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Cool application: PowerLocker

William Stacey [C# MVP] has come up with a cool cmdlet: PowerLocker. It allows you to encrypt your PowerShell scripts so you can hide your scripts from being read (and modified). He has been kind enough to provide a free "community" version that can unlock any size script. The "professional" version can lock any size script and is available for a very reasonable $20US or so. It has lots of cool options and is worth checking out.

The site also has a free tool called PowerPad.

Monday, May 14, 2007

.NET Reflector add-on for PowerShell

First blogged by Scott Hanselman, .NET Reflector has an add-on module for PowerShell. I've just loaded it, and it appears to work well.

(Sorry for being so quiet lately. Spring and Summer seem to be the most hectic parts of the year for me.)