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Get Hold of Microsoft Monad (Beta)
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/14/2005 10:17:00 PM.

If you are interested in getting on the Monad (MSH) Beta, follow these steps:
  • Obtain a Microsoft Passport account, if you don't already have one.
  • Go to BetaPlace and log in using your Passport ID.
  • Click on the "Sign in as Guest" option.
  • Enter the Guest ID mshPDC. The ID is case sensitive.
  • In the next screen select Survey, then select "Longhorn Command Shell".
  • Fill in the questions in the survey to apply to join the beta.
  • Don't forget to submit the survey!


The response times vary from days to weeks. So, if you don't hear immediately, it doesn't mean that you haven't been accepted on the beta.

What is Monad (codename for the Microsoft Shell, MSH) ?

Microsoft are targetting release of Monad with Exchange 12 in the second half of 2006. At a later date Monad will be released in an undisclosed way to run on Windows. The currently anticipated supported versions of Windows are:

- Windows Longhorn - presumably both client (2006?) and server (2007?)
- Windows Server 2003 SP1
- Windows XP SP2

Monad is intended as an administration tool to allow command line management of Windows machines.

Monad will let you adminster (to currently undisclosed levels) things like:

- The Windows Registry, treating it like a file system
- Active Directory
- Running processes

Monad is designed to provide an easy upgrade path to C#.

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