New Pluralsight Course: Reporting with PowerShell HTML and Enhanced HTML
My 12th Pluralsight course, and 4th PowerShell focused one in a row is now out, and this time is on a really interesting topic: How to create HTML reports with PowerShell. PowerShell is an amazing tool to gather information from all of your Microsoft systems, including Office 365, but let’s be honest, a CSV or XML report is not really pretty. This is where HTML comes in! By using PowerShell to gather the information, and rendering it with HTML and enhanced by CSS you can really create beautiful and useful reports.
Let’s take a look at some examples! In the example below, you can see an HTML Table that is Paginated, has Search enabled, and the Service Status color depends on the value of the content inside, so you can quickly see the services that are stopped!
Another example here is a computer report, that first shows the BIOS information as a list, the Disk information with a Free Percentage % that is color coded, and all the Services to Investigate in a nice table!
Here is another example of Office 365 Report of licenses and users!
You can check out the course today on Pluralsight at the following link: http://spvlad.com/PSHTML or if you do not have an account yet, you can get a free 10-day Trial over here: http://spvlad.com/PS10DayTrial !
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