I'm using the PowerGUI Script Editor to work on some scripts, and I'm constantly in fear of accidentally pushing the F5 button and getting the scripts to execute! :w00t:
My scripts stop and start services, so this could end up being a career-limiting mistake... :sick:
What other options do I have for working with powershell scripts so I get a nice color-coded interface without the constant fear of the script executing accidentally?
How do people approach this issue?
Is Visual Studio a better tool? Or SSMS?
(I don't want to use notepad, if I can help it... ) :crazy:
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