Reviving MS Clippy with PowerShell

During a conversation about automation with a colleague, we jokingly mentioned that we should automate sending insults to each other. I thought this would be a fun idea and thought it would be even better if the messenger was the classic hero, MS Clippy.

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Reviving MS Clippy with PowerShell

Microsoft Tech Summit – Live Stream

Next week on the 15th you can watch the Microsoft Tech Summit keynote live from Mexico City. The keynote is at 4pm GMT or 10am CDT and promises to full of information on the way Microsoft are directing their focus and should give us an idea on what to expect in the near future.

Make sure to sign up! – https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/techsummit/livestream.aspx

Microsoft Tech Summit – Live Stream

Keeping Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) Tidy

Keeping WSUS running at it’s best requires more effort than is commonly understood and without proper maintenance you might eventually start seeing nasty errors from the console.

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I’ll try to run through a few of the solutions I’ve discovered and how you can use them together to keep things running smoothly. You can also use these processes to keep WSUS managed by ConfigMgr tidy 🙂

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Keeping Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) Tidy