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onehungrygeek commented Jan 6, 2019

Thanks a ton for any helpful feedback

I need help with getting best quality GIFs.

I am not used to CSS syntax so it would be amazing if you add a lot of example config.yml files. Also, try adding config.yml files for the GIFs you are displaying in your They look fantastic. I have spent hours trying to get perfect GIF but no luck.

I don't know what value to give for shadow

nohwnd commented Jul 2, 2019

It would be nice to start building Pester on PowerShell 7 as well to see if it is compatible and keep it that way. To achieve that we need to research on which build servers v7 is already available. Right now we are building on TravisCI (Linux and MacOS), on AppVeyor (PowerShell 4+) and AzureDevOps (PowerShell 2&3).

Not sure if the build task needs to run on all three platforms, but it would be

wsmelton commented Jan 24, 2020

We have a switch as [switch]$Enable that should enable the login but it is not actually coded to do anything.

All that is needed would be logic around whether the parameter was passed in, within the process block would be sufficient: Test-Bound Enable will return true if the parameter was properly passed into the function call.

If passed in then the login object has a Enable() method t

AutomatedLab is a provisioning solution and framework that lets you deploy complex labs on HyperV and Azure with simple PowerShell scripts. It supports all Windows operating systems from 2008 R2 to 2019, some Linux distributions and various products like AD, Exchange, PKI, IIS, etc.

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