WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN!

Are you ready to WIN?!?  ARE YOU READY TO WIN?!?!?

If you are at all interested in Office 365 then you should really also be interested in PowerShell. If i told you, you can manage Office 365, through PowerShell, would you be even more interested? Excited even?

Well if that sounds like you, and you think you have what it takes then you may well be in with a chance of taking a way a free eBook courtesy of Office 365 MVP and all around nice guy Robert Crane.

To celebrate the release of an updated copy of ‘Getting Started with PowerShell & Office 365′ Robert has very kindly donated a free ebook as a prize and he says,

“..This book is an introduction to the basic operation of PowerShell for Office 365. It covers material that is applicable for Enterprise Office 365 Plans and well as for the Small Business and Professionals P Plan. It is not however designed as an in depth PowerShell tutorial or training guide. It is mainly focused on getting you up and running with PowerShell in the Office 365 environment as well as providing some commonly used commands. If you are not yet familiar with PowerShell for Office 365 then this book is for you.

The second edition includes information about also connecting to SharePoint Online and Lync Online as well a number of additional commands and scripts..”

All you need to do to be in with a chance of surfing away with this book is tell me how i would go about finding the status of a service in PowerShell?

To answer, simply comment below.

Winner will be chosen at random, by me.

Closing date Monday 7th April 2014, 5pm. Thats GMT people, ok.

Winner will be announced Tuesday the 8th.

About Robert Pearman
Robert Pearman is a UK based Small Business Server enthusiast. He has been working within the SMB IT Industry for what feels like forever. Robert likes Piña colada and taking walks in the rain, on occasion he also enjoys writing about Small Business Technology like Windows Server Essentials or more recently writing PowerShell Scripts. If you're in trouble, and you can find him, maybe you can ask him a question.

7 Responses to WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN!

  1. andre costa says:

    I could use this… (still miss you, SBS…)

  2. Andy Parkes says:

    Get-Service

    List of services with status

  3. guygregory says:

    I’m only playing if you choose the lucky winner using the Get-Random Cmdlet…

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