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📄 jumper-psm1.ps1

  • Usage: - greg zakharov
  • Usage: - greg zakharov
  • 📄 get-windows-product-key.ps1

  • Retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI — Updated for v2 and to take an array of computers (without rewriting anything) - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - robert
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - robert
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - robert
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • hey guys. why you duplicate ugly code for retrieving product key? everything can be done much easier. - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - greg zakharov
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - Veronika
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - David
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - David
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - David
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - David
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - David
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - jirka
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI windows 8.1 - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - Dominik
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - Dan In Philly
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • in progress -buggy - karl prosser
  • retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI - karl prosser
  • 📄 Write-Log.ps1

  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Andy Arismendi
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Andy Arismendi
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Andy Arismendi
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Will Steele
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Andy Arismendi
  • **Modified line 49 to output the log information in tab delimited format for export to a CSV file. - Pat Richard
  • A first draft at a logging function that can rotate log files as they “fill up” (that is, not by date, but by size). - Joel Bennett
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Andy Arismendi
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Will Steele
  • Logging function for Powershell v2. Needed to address current Powershell logging limitations. See a discussion about said limitations here: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/2011/03/powershell-automatic - Will Steele
  • Corrected syntax to delete the FileCountLimit’th file. (Script was failing to write past the max # of files) - Jim Ficarra
  • Added support for header to pass into the log, fixed FileCountLimit error proxy to out-file when non-default specified (remove from $PSBoundParameters), set output of $PSBoundParameters add/removal t - Jim Ficarra
  • A first draft at a logging function that can rotate log files as they “fill up” (that is, not by date, but by size). - Tim Christin
  • Added -NoLog option to write info just to the console - Vidrine
  • 📄 Write-DataTable.ps1

  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Chad Miller
  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Chad Miller
  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Chad Miller
  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Chad Miller
  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Chad Miller
  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Chad Miller
  • Writes data only to SQL Server tables. However, the data source is not limited to SQL Server; any data source can be used, as long as the data can be loaded to a DataTable instance or read with a IDa - Mark Buckley
  • 📄 Test-TCPPort.ps1

  • - NOTES - ChristopheCREMON
  • - NOTES - ChristopheCREMON
  • - NOTES - Andy Arismendi
  • - NOTES - ChristopheCREMON
  • - NOTES - ChristopheCREMON
  • - NOTES - ChristopheCREMON
  • - NOTES - siweb02
  • Test-TCPPort - Test-TCPPort
  • 📄 Test-Port.ps1

  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. - BSonPosh
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. - BSonPosh
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. - BSonPosh
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. - BSonPosh
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. - BSonPosh
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. - Chad Miller
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Advanced function used to test UDP or TCP port/s on one or more systems to determine if it is open or not. - Boe Prox
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. - BSonPosh
  • Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. - BSonPosh
  • 📄 Start-Demo.ps1

  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - Joel Bennett
  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - Joel Bennett
  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - Joel Bennett
  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - Wojciech Sciesin
  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - Wojciech Sciesin
  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - BSonPosh
  • This is an overhaul of Jeffrey Snover’s original Start-Demo script … I’ve switched it to use ReadKey, which saves you some typing and makes the whole thing seem more natural when you’re demoing, (at - Joel Bennett
  • 📄 Set-Wallpaper-CTP3.ps1

  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - Winfred
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - obaid
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - Joel Bennett
  • Minor bugfix - obaid
  • Minor bugfix - dzmanto
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - obaid
  • Minor bugfix - dzmanto
  • Minor bugfix - fsadf
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using PowerShell 2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee - Joel Bennett
  • 📄 Set-Wallpaper-CTP2.ps1

  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes h - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper, requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes has m - unknown
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes h - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes h - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes h - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes h - Joel Bennett
  • Set-Wallpaper lets you set your windows desktop wallpaper. It requires PInvoke and I wrote it using CTP2’s Add-Type, although it could be done in v1 using the JIT code generation tricks Lee Holmes h - Joel Bennett
  • 📄 Save-Credentials.ps1

  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Samuel Mulhearn
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Samuel Mulhearn
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Samuel Mulhearn
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Samuel Mulhearn
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Samuel Mulhearn
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Daniel
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Daniel
  • The script saves a username and password, encrypted with a custom key to to a file. The key is coded into the script but can be changed if required. The key allows the password to be decrypted by any - Daniel
  • 📄 NPS-Server-Synchronize.ps1

  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - JGrote
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - JGrote
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - tomas
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - JGrote
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - KSimon
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - KSimon
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - KSimon
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - KSimon
  • This script can be run on a secondary Network Policy Server and will mirror the configuration from the specified Primary Server, simplifying the management of a redundant or distributed configuration - KSimon
  • 📄 Logoff-all-users.ps1

  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - Nigel Stuke
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - Nigel Stuke
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - roger
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - Nigel Stuke
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - Nigel Stuke
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - Nigel Stuke
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - testing
  • This is a little script I wrote to logoff all users on the box except for myself. Clearly it can be cleaned up a little, making it more flexible, but thought I would share anyways. - Nigel Stuke
  • 📄 List-AD-Users-CSV.ps1

  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - malay
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - Jason B
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • This script will list all User objects in the current Active Directory domain. The data gathered includes Display Name, Username, Last Logon Date, and Disabled Status. All data is exported to a CSV f - AlphaSun
  • 📄 LibraryChart.ps1

  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • Defines functions for wokring with Microsoft Chart Control for .NET 3.5 Framework.Pipe output to Out-Chart function and specify chart type. Chart will display in form or save to image file. Real-tim - Chad Miller
  • 📄 JSON.ps1

  • Json.psm1 is a first draft of a JSON module. I has a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects. For instance, this actually works (it round trips a bunch of FileInfo obj - Joel Bennett
  • Version 1.0 of my JSON module. I has a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but bas - Joel Bennett
  • Version 1.1 of my JSON module. I has a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but bas - Joel Bennett
  • Identical to Version 1.1, but code-signed. - Joel Bennett
  • A fix for JSON that returns no items. - Joel Bennett
  • Added -File parameter to ConvertFrom-JSON - Joel Bennett
  • Added -File parameter to ConvertFrom-JSON and corrected handling of arrays - Joel Bennett
  • In this JSON module, I have a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but basically, y - Joel Bennett
  • In this JSON module, I have a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but basically, y - Joel Bennett
  • In this JSON module, I have a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but basically, y - Joel Bennett
  • In this JSON module, I have a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but basically, y - Joel Bennett
  • In this JSON module, I have a full set of tools for exporting, importing, and converting Json objects (including arbitrary objects). See comments in script header for usage examples, but basically, y - Joel Bennett
  • 📄 Invoke-SqlCmd2.ps1

  • Implements SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd and addresses bug where querytimeout does not work correctly https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/551799/invoke-sqlcmd-querytimeout-0-stil - unknown
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout. Fixed minor issue closing connection. - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout. - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout. - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout. - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout. Put closing connection in finally block. - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries. - Chad Miller
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries. - Justin Dearing
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries and more! - Atamido
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries and more! - Joel Bennett
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries and more! - RCookieMonster
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries and more! - RCookieMonster
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries and more! - RCookieMonster
  • Modeled after SQL Server 2008 Invoke-Sqlcmd, but fixes bug in QueryTimeout, and allows for paramaterized queries and more! - Aaron Calderon
  • 📄 IP.ps1

  • :LOL: - greg zakharov
  • 📄 Get-WebSite.ps1

  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • This script will allow you to query a web site and retrieve information about the web site and whether it is available or not. - Boe Prox
  • 📄 Get-WebFile.ps1

  • The simplest form of WGet … no options, no passwords, no nothing. But it works. - Joel Bennett
  • A complete rewrite of my wget script to use HttpWebRequest and Response to figure out the filename - Joel Bennett
  • A complete rewrite of my wget script to use HttpWebRequest and Response to figure out the filename, added some unwrapping because a couple sites had quotes around the file names. - Joel Bennett
  • A complete rewrite of my wget script to use HttpWebRequest and Response to figure out the filename, added some unwrapping because a couple sites had quotes around the file names. - Joel Bennett
  • Fix for redirect loops - Joel Bennett
  • cls - Joel Bennett
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Joel Bennett
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - BillBarry
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Gwen Dallas
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Gwen Dallas
  • If CharacterSet is $null [System.Text.Encoding]::GetEncoding throws an error. This is the case if the content type is not text e.g. application/xml. - Gwen Dallas
  • Get-WebFile by Gwen Dallas converted to an advanced function for use as PS module. - Mike Ling
  • PREVIEW – UNFINISHED WORK ;-) - Joel Bennett
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Joel Bennett
  • An upgrade to Joel Bennetts wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progres - Joel Bennett and
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Joel Bennett
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Joel Bennett
  • An upgrade to my wget script which can output the downloaded html to the pipeline. Get-WebFile can download text or binary files, automatically determine file names, and present a progress report for - Joel Bennett
  • 📄 Get-User.ps1

  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This is nice, but a bit over complicated for my liking… Here are a few others that may be of help to someone. - administrator
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - spadm
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • This function is an attempt to duplicate the Quest Get-QADUser cmdlet without using any third party snap-ins. If you want to run it against a Global Catalog you simply need to replace LDAP: with GC: - Jonathan Walz
  • 📄 Get-Twitter-RSS-Feed.ps1

  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • kyletboat3 - kyletboat3
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - Charlie
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - jsamuel12
  • The Division - haegar2013
  • The Division - 098Hill
  • The Division - 098Hill
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This doesn’t work any longer – Twitter has retired the v1 API. - ReviewNursing
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - 1231507051321
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - binauralz
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - echosmith
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - echosmith
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - echosmith
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - dragonpat
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - dragonpat
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - e7naa2
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - dinhchi27
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - dinhchi27
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - bonioctavianus
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - leventilhan
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - Booksurfers_
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - fernlivese
  • ewew - sammilkey
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - CrazyDave
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - ZioNLight1
  • This script will take a Twitter User’s Screen name and get their RSS feed of posts - ZioNLight1
  • 📄 Get-Parameter.ps1

  • Get-Parameter is used to obtain all of the parameters for a cmdlet. It also returns info like aliases and whether a parameter is mandatory. - halr9000
  • Enumerate the Parameters of a command by ParameterSet. Includes a -Full output mode and support for specifying the module. - unknown
  • Enumerate the Parameters of a command by ParameterSet, including DynamicParameters. Includes a -Full output mode and support for specifying the module. The only Get-Parameter you need :) - Joel Bennett
  • For more information: - unknown
  • Not quite finished effort at a script intended to spit out the parameters of a cmdlet. I’m sure there’s a better but this is…adequate for now. - unknown
  • Fixed minor issue (original: http://poshcode.org/1817) where a cmdlet doesn’t have built-in parameters (e.g Exit-PSSession) - unknown
  • For more information: - Shay Levy
  • Enumerate the Parameters of a command by ParameterSet, including DynamicParameters - Joel Bennett
  • This is another Must Have upgrade, because I screwed up the last one ;-) - Joel Bennett
  • Give as input a cmdlet name. Output is a set of properties about each parameter, including: name, parameter set, aliases, ismandatory, and CommonParameter. Thanks to LucD for the technique. - halr9000
  • This is another Must Have upgrade, because I screwed up the last one ;-) - JasonMArcher
  • Completely based on Shay’s version, just one line added. For more information: - Makovec
  • Get-Parameter is used to obtain all of the parameters for a cmdlet. It also returns info like aliases and whether a parameter is mandatory. - halr9000
  • This update adds an indicator (” *”) in the format file for the default parameter set. - JasonMArcher
  • <dl><dt>Description</dt> - halr9000
  • <dl><dt>Description</dt> - halr9000
  • <dl><dt>Description</dt> - halr9000
  • Get-Parameter is used to obtain all of the parameters for a cmdlet. It also returns info like aliases and whether a parameter is mandatory. - halr9000
  • Get-Parameter is used to obtain all of the parameters for a cmdlet. It also returns info like aliases and whether a parameter is mandatory. - halr9000
  • Get-Parameter is used to obtain all of the parameters for a cmdlet. It also returns info like aliases and whether a parameter is mandatory. - halr9000
  • This update adds a -SetName filter and fixes bugs with PS3 and PS4 (also adds a “*” marker on the shortest form if it’s not an actual alias) - Joel Bennett