Universal Automation is the automation platform for PowerShell. It provides the ability to run PowerShell scripts, schedule them, view output and, as described in this post, enforce who has access to manage the UA instance, execute scripts and view
Universal Automation is the script scheduler and job runner for PowerShell. It allows you to integrate with your existing scripts and git repo to schedule your scripts, run them ad-hoc and audit the output from them. In this blog
For the last few years, we’ve been using trial keys to enable users to test out PowerShell Pro Tools before purchasing it. Recently, we also implemented the same model for Universal Automation. The steps where to download and install the
In this post, we round up the differences between various PowerShell editors.
|Feature||Visual Studio Code||PowerShell Tools for Visual Studio||Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE)||PSScriptPad|
In this post, we’ll look at how to build a PowerShell script that contains multiple Windows Forms in VS Code. You will need PowerShell Pro Tools to follow along with this tutorial.
First, we need to create the main form.
Universal Automation is a platform for executing and scheduling PowerShell scripts. In this post, we will look at how to set up two different types of schedules and view the output from executed jobs.
Creating a New Script
In Universal Automation,
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