PowerShell Community Extensions (PSCX) is aimed at providing a widely useful set of additional cmdlets, providers, aliases, filters, functions and scripts for Windows PowerShell that members of the community have expressed interest in.
If you are interested in contributing to PSCX, drop me an email, or use the new
feature for a one-off fix or script contribution. Developers: please read over the
PSCX Developer's Guide
We're honored by such lofty praise. We hope that you also find PSCX to be a very useful addition to your Windows PowerShell toolkit.
If you have any problems with the installation and/or usage of PSCX, check out the
which will be frequently updated. If you don't see your issue listed, please post it in the
forum with as much detail as possible.
PSCX 3.2.0 Production Released
PSCX 3.2.0 is our primary release targeting PowerShell 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0. We've made the jump to .NET 4.0 and are using PowerShell 3.0 specific features. If you need PowerShell 2.0 support use PSCX 2.1 Production. PSCX 3.2.0 is deployed via a MSI file. You
can download PSCX 3.2,0 from
. For more information on this release, check out my blog post on PSCX 3.2.0
PSCX 2.1 Production Released
PSCX 2.1 addresses a number of defects found in the 2.0.0.x releases as well as adding support for Windows PowerShell 3.0. PSCX 2.1 is xcopy deployed via a ZIP file. Do not forget to unblock the ZIP file before extracting the contents. You can download PSCX
2.1 from http://pscx.codeplex.com/releases/view/96848
Both of these releases of PSCX support execution in an "AllSigned" execution policy environment. We were also able to obtain an extended validation code signing certificate to allow the PSCX 3.0 MSI file to play nicely with the Windows 8 SmartScreen
filter. We would like to thank the folks at DigiCert
for donating the required code signing certificates to this project. Not only did they donate the certs but were quite helpful in supporting me getting up and running
quickly - even when that meant talking to a support person at midnight. :-)