Posts Tagged ‘2012’


Starting with the 2014 versions all SAPIEN software sold with subscription

Thursday, February 27th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
With the release of VersionRecall 2014 SAPIEN Software is now sold as a subscription. Obviously that raises some questions for you, our customers, about how this will be handled. We will answer some of the most common questions here, but feel free to post any other questions you may have in the comments section below or send an email to Why are you moving to a subscription model? In the past we have always released maintenance builds which not only included bug fixes, but also new features. The frequency of these updates depended very much on the product, but…   More »

Get Much More For Much Less!

Friday, September 6th, 2013 by Robert Morey
Upgrade PrimalScript 2011/12 or PrimalForms 2011/PowerShell Studio 2012 to the SAPIEN Software Suite 2012 for 30% Off! If you already own PrimalScript 2012 or PowerShell Studio 2012, you already know how important it is to your work. Easy to use, comprehensive, adaptable, helpful, time-saving… you might wonder how you ever lived without it. Now is your chance to add the rest of the SAPIEN collection to your software portfolio as well as 5 ebooks and 2 video training sets. Yes, you CAN have it all! You receive: - PrimalScript 2012 or PowerShell Studio 2012 - PrimalSQL 2012 - PrimalXML 2012…   More »

The IDEs of March

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 by Robert Morey
This month we are offering you a great deal on our two most popular software applications—buy either PrimalScript 2012 or PowerShell Studio 2012  at full price and receive the other one for half off. These are the current versions of our software and retail for $349 each. Both are top-of-the-line, top-selling script editors and debuggers (and much more) and, if you are a busy network administrator or script writer in general, you definitely need both of them. Don’t just take our word for it, either—you can download fully-functioning, 45-day trials from our website. But don’t wait too long because this…   More »

Become the Master of PowerShell!

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013 by Robert Morey
In case you haven’t heard, PowerShell is *THE* scripting language you must master if you want to advance in your career. This month-long sale will give you a great opportunity to do just that: purchase all the essential PowerShell development and learning tools that SAPIEN has to offer and receive an amazing 30% off! This includes the highly-regarded PowerShell Studio 2012, one year of Premium Support, our Windows PowerShell 2.0 TFM ebook, and our Windows PowerShell Video Set. This is, quite simply, the best way to go from novice to expert in what is the centerpiece of Microsoft’s scripting world.…   More »

Service Release (11/19/2012)

Monday, November 19th, 2012 by David Corrales
New versions of PrimalScript 2012 and PowerShell Studio 2012 are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.135: UPD: PowerShell Help ContentUPD: Disabled Add / Remove Breakpoints during V3 debugging in response to known PowerShell Bug.UPD: Drag and Drop from 64Bit System32 folder now maps to the correct folder.   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.13UPD: When using DebugParameter meta-tag the parameter dialog will no longer appearUPD: Save As now uses the current document's pathUPD: Undo changes will now mark the file as unmodified. This only applies to scripting changes.UPD: Disabled Add /…   More »

Debugging Modules in PowerShell Studio 2012

Monday, October 22nd, 2012 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio now makes it easier to debug and run your module projects. You now have the ability to execute and debug a module project directly from the IDE (Supported in PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.9 and up). Debugging a module project: When debugging (F4) or running (Ctrl + F4) a module project for the first time you will be asked to select a Startup Script:   This Startup Script will be used by PowerShell Studio as an entry point to run or debug the module project. Therefore, it’s important that you explicitly import the module in the script: The Startup…   More »

PowerShell Studio Manual

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 by David Corrales
The PowerShell Studio manual was included with the v3.1.9 service release of PowerShell Studio 2012. The SAPIEN Document Explorer must be installed in order to view the manual.   You can access the manual from PowerShell Studio by pressing the “Product Manual” button, which is located in the Help tab of the ribbon:   Use the  Document Explorer’s Content Panel to access the manual’s chapters:   Note: The manual will be updated to cover the new UI changes in subsequent service releases of PowerShell Studio.…   More »


Monday, October 15th, 2012 by Robert Morey
Faster than you can scream “SHAWWWWWN!,” Halloween will be here and we are feeling a bit goofy.  So much so that we’re gearing up for a S-C-A-R-Y special, just for you!  On Halloween, October 31, buy 5-packs of PowerShell Studio 2012 at 50% off!  What?!  You heard right—50% off!  This will happen only on our online store ( and is not available through resellers or via purchase orders.  Get those credit cards ready because the sale is only valid for one day.  Be quick or be left behind… As I mentioned, we are feeling a bit goofy which may have…   More »

Major Service Release (10/11/2012)

Thursday, October 11th, 2012 by David Corrales
New versions of PrimalScript 2012 and PowerShell Studio 2012 are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.132: ADD: PowerShell V3 support ADD: Support for multiple remote machines with individual cache data ADD: Added CacheExport Tool ADD: Support for debugging multiple powershell scripts. ADD: Support for debugging powershell modules. ADD: Update UI to show additional platforms ADD: Update UI to select between PowerShell V2 and V3 FIX: Script packager cannot package in trial mode FIX: Manual chapter heading wrong FIX: Moved manual to correct installation folder FIX: Using a non-existing group…   More »

Join SAPIEN at PowerShell Saturday in Charlotte on Sept. 15

Monday, August 27th, 2012 by Robert Morey
Join Alex Riedel, CTO at SAPIEN Technologies, in Charlotte, NC, for a full day of PowerShell-ness! PowerShell Saturday #2 will take place on September 15 and will bring together 200 developers, network administrators, and IT professionals for 15 intense sessions on hot PowerShell-related topics such as Windows 8, Sharepoint, SQL Server, and Exchange, among others. There will be three tracks for these sessions: Introductory PowerShell, Advanced PowerShell, and Applied PowerShell. In addition to attending the sessions, you will be able to interact with 200 (well, 199) other professionals over lunch and during the breaks. As a gold sponsor of the…   More »