When we write code we make assumptions on the environment and the correct execution and most importantly obtaining the expecting result strictly depends on it.
I will not touch on software design or testing process, but just focus on an essential foundation that everyone should think to write better code and more efficient. Preventing to revisit code looking for answer the question of why is not working as expected.
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Every organisation sooner or later has to deal with Office documents with macros enabled. Risk assessment and auditing are the first steps when planning to disable them via group policy or just to mitigate risk implied.
The priority should target real usage and avoid any untrusted macro. In this article I will try to help to create a simple report where we can simply leverage powershell to find documents with macros enabled.
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Finally, one month ago, Powershell Core became Generally Available (GA) and we would like you to show some of the differences between PowerShell and PowerShell Core and together understand why these are important and how it could possibly affect you work.
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We want to celebrate the new Powershell Core edition by showing you how simple is installing it! Continue reading “Installing Powershell Core”