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What can you say about any good systems administrator? They’re lazy... Why would we say this?
A lot of our daily tasks are repetitive, mundane, and required!!! So how does that make a good systems administrator lazy? Using automation, scripting, and doing more with less is lazy! (Insert something about the economy ‘here’)
Powershell does this! Powershell loves this! And it’s easy!