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Windows PowerShell™ 2.0 Best Practices by Ed Wilson

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Chapter 8. Tracking Scripting Opportunities

It is important to track scripting opportunities to ensure that the most profitable scripts are written first. This backlog of scripting opportunities can be an effective tool for managing the scripting efforts of an enterprise. The key is to manage these scripting opportunities properly.

Evaluating the Need for the Script

Not everything in Windows PowerShell 2.0 needs to be scripted, which was also true in Windows PowerShell 1.0. When coming from a Microsoft VBScript or Perl background, some people often feel that they must write a script. However, a tremendous amount of work ...

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