The Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 PowerShell cmdlet Get-WindowsEdition allows you to get the current edition of the operating system running on your computer.
A “regular” topic on this blog will be simple PowerShell scripts to help with your Active Directory maintenance. Often, you may need to add an additional computer to an OU. You will almost always want this new computer to have the same group membership as a computer in that existing OU.
The scripting language PowerShell introduced in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 provides rich access to the above mentioned systems and later platforms, including access to security settings. Experienced Systems Administrators use PowerShell to develop management tools that are specific to their environment, hence, allowing them to tackle specific issues that may be unique to their organizations.