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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I’m looking for someone to Turn my 8 hours' PowerShell Training video course into an eBook (this is a technical eBook) The eBook should not be copy past from what I say in the course (not a transcribe) just translate/rewrite the ideas. the eBook should have same screen captures from the video that fit the ideas to make it clear. (you can get the screen captures from your windows directly) Cmdlet (commands syntax) can be copy past directly from the Windows PowerShell in your computer. The eBook should be easy to read and easy to understand from the PowerShell beginners. You need to watch the full course before start turning it to an eBook As a test project, we will start with a 11 min video from this links: http://goo.gl/xistxV And if you are chosen, then we will continue with the full course (8 hours) to build out an eBook about PowerShell for Beginners Please note that I am looking to complete the eBook within 30 days Pay attention to details while turning the courses ideas, and have a fluid creative writing style then this job might be for you. If you think this job would be a good fit for you, we will start with 11 min video per candidate and then we will choose a final candidate to finish out the final 8 hours’ video. Please note: all royalty right will be retained by us and no credit will be given to the writer in the eBook. I'm looking forward to hearing from dedicated and punctual people!
Skills: Microsoft Windows Powershell Blog Writing Content Writing ebook Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $27 - Posted
Got 30 Windows server computers which contains mount network driver(like E:/, J:/ G:/ k:/ Z:/ and etc - I would like to have a powershell script to check the network drive to see if it is exist. If the network drive does not exist then the script should say it does not exist.
Skills: Microsoft Windows Powershell