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2018-06-10
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When you wish to compare to directory trees, you need the relative pathes of the files with respect to root of the directory tree, so that you can match them. Leaf check-in: d8577740bc user: Bernd Kriszio tags: trunk
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Copy Data between Folders including a Progressbar check-in: 9a83e1547e user: unknown tags: trunk
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This is a further preview of what you can do with System.Windows.UIAutomation — The new WASP module is coming… check-in: 69b61e2624 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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This script uses the text and XML PowerShell help files to generate HTML help for all PowerShell Cmdlets, PSProviders, and “about” topics. the help topics are compiled into a .chm file using HTML Help Workshop. check-in: 52b5fa3fd6 user: Jeff Hillman tags: trunk
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Check md5/sha1/etc hashes check-in: 2c26578de2 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Check and md5 or sha1 hash in a “single line” of PowerShell. check-in: 43450bf8b2 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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This script customizes the welcome screen which PowerGUI admin console displays on start-up or when a folder is selected in the left-hand tree. check-in: e111cdcac1 user: Dmitry Sotnikov tags: trunk
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Generates a Linux VMDK Backup Script check-in: 5c57dea9b6 user: Patrick tags: trunk
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As promised, I started to expand on Joel’s functions (http://poshcode.org/877). A lot of stuff is missing, but… I have big plans for this module and a PKI module I want to write. check-in: 0f81aa8c25 user: tysonkopczynski tags: trunk
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Given an IP address and subnet mask return all alive hosts within that subnet. Uses PSJobs as a poor mans threading thus requires V2. check-in: 8feeed53f3 user: glnsize tags: trunk
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A collection of V1 functions to assist with most IPv4 math. A majority of the code was translated from VBScript found http://www.highorbit.co.uk/?p=270=1 check-in: aaa0113d6a user: glnsize tags: trunk
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This script compares the column structure between two databases with tables of the same name. Table names to compare can be passed in as an array or piped in either as string values, or as a property of Name or TableName. check-in: 68b7cfb1c1 user: Steven Murawski tags: trunk
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Memory management helpers. Set-SessionVariableList creates a baseline of variable names. Remove-NewVariable clears out any variables not in the SessionVariableList and calls the garbage collector to free up memory. check-in: 624ee4543d user: Steven Murawski tags: trunk
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This functions work together to read the code of a Visual Basic Project into a PowerShell Object, which can be easyly scanned for patterns, returning filename, function/subroutine name und the matching line. Great tool you got unmaintained VB6 projects to understand for fixing or migrating (perhaps into PowerShell ;-)) check-in: 3b50c881b4 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Add functions to the scope for each static method of a type. Originally from Oisin Grehan check-in: c075e7be39 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Helper function to list the definitions of static methods check-in: 0eb5054a65 user: Steven Murawski tags: trunk
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A handful of functions for returning IS0-8601 formatted dates and parsing them. All functions work (even in the pipeline) in both PowerShell 1 and 2. check-in: 6e8b4f2472 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Cron Daemon for PowerShell check-in: 96187016e0 user: unknown tags: trunk
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http://halr9000.com/article/642 check-in: e48bba2452 user: unknown tags: trunk
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This script customizes the welcome screen which PowerGUI admin console displays on start-up or when a folder is selected in the left-hand tree. check-in: 31d8801812 user: Dmitry Sotnikov tags: trunk
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Gmail can now import and export filters as XML. This script will read in an XML file generated by Gmail (the Path parameter), and create from it a flat PSObject with Id, Updated, Name and Value fields. Since it is flat, you must use the Id field to correlate the filter criteria and actions. As far as I can tell, the first item in a filter is the criteria, and any subsequent ones describe the action to take. More info about filter import/export can be found here: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2009/03/new-in-labs-filter-importexport.html check-in: 6db232973f user: unknown tags: trunk
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Simple Function to get powershell version check-in: c98cda048b user: Powershell Jedi tags: trunk
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Generate VMware ESX Backup Scripts for Linux Systems check-in: 221ea5eedf user: Patrick tags: trunk
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Use this function to send an HTML Formatted Email that is based on an XSLT template. This function is based on a blog post by Erik McCarty (http://ewmccarty.spaces.live.com). check-in: 9ec3076cbb user: tysonkopczynski tags: trunk
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Use this function to send an HTML Formatted Email that is based on an XSLT template. This function is based on a blog post by Erik McCarty (http://ewmccarty.spaces.live.com). check-in: aeb1ddb7dd user: unknown tags: trunk
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Generate VM ware Backups via this script. check-in: 24c657c7c6 user: Patrick tags: trunk
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Sending Mails via Powershell with Text Edit, Signature Support and Encryption. check-in: 3aee1b70a3 user: Patrick tags: trunk
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Sending Mails via Powershell with Text Edit, Signature Support and Encryption. check-in: f99eda9e9c user: Patrick tags: trunk
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This topic came up recently in the PowerShell forum at ScriptingAnswers.com and I thought you might find it helpful. The issue was creating a file share remotely. In the olden days, this would have meant using a command line tool like RMTSHARE, which is really just fine. But if you have a larger workflow, doing it natively in PowerShell may be more desirable. check-in: 17570dacb7 user: jeffhicks tags: trunk
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(Requires V2 CTP3) check-in: a4d2fb37ae user: halr9000 tags: trunk
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This script will create an inventory of your server environment. check-in: 95765d4934 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Import-Csv that takes headers check-in: a9187eece9 user: unknown tags: trunk
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The beginnings of a module to manage a Netapp SAN check-in: 4bdba93854 user: unknown tags: trunk
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This script shows how to monitor ESX with PowerShell v2 CTP3’s new WSMan cmdlets. check-in: 176ab46ed7 user: Carter Shanklin tags: trunk
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Script from SVN Utility check-in: c209cb0a9e user: unknown tags: trunk
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This script serves three purposes, including the obvious: check-in: e77815af2e user: unknown tags: trunk
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Update SharePoint Search scopes, useful when revving the Scope definitions. check-in: 03a52b878e user: unknown tags: trunk
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Get detailed information on every CIFS share on a NetApp Filer. Function requires the NetApp Manage OnTap SDK 3.5. check-in: 522f915790 user: glnsize tags: trunk
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Function that will retrieve all the NFS Exports from a NetApp SAN. Example usage of thee Ontap SDK 3.5 avaliable here http://communities.netapp.com/docs/DOC-1365…. check-in: b75d03cab9 user: glnsize tags: trunk
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This is just a preview of what you can do with System.Windows.UIAutomation — Really you’re going to want to use the WASP module for stuff like this. check-in: e3c53922a5 user: unknown tags: trunk
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A couple functions to aid in the discoverability of the OnTap SDK. Functions requires the NetApp OnTap SDK v3.5 which can be found http://communities.netapp.com/docs/DOC-1365. More information about the SDK and its use in PowerShell can be found here http://get-admin.com/blog/?tag=ontap-sdk check-in: 91725076d4 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Resolves aliases and parameter shortcuts in scripts to make them more portable. Now resolves parameter aliases, and resolves ‘?’ to Where-Object correctly. check-in: 3d861f80b7 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Resolves aliases and parameter shortcuts in scripts to make them more portable. Now resolves parameter aliases, and resolves ‘?’ to Where-Object correctly. check-in: e39457d87b user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Resolves aliases and parameter shortcuts in scripts to make them more portable. Now resolves parameter aliases, and resolves ‘?’ to Where-Object correctly. check-in: d710baaa7c user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Resolves aliases and parameter shortcuts in scripts to make them more portable. Now resolves parameter aliases, and resolves ‘?’ to Where-Object correctly. check-in: df193e4220 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Resolves aliases and parameter shortcuts in scripts to make them more portable. Now resolves parameter aliases, and resolves ‘?’ to Where-Object correctly. check-in: b1c6ff3fb0 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Resolves aliases and parameter shortcuts in scripts to make them more portable. Now resolves parameter aliases, and resolves ‘?’ to Where-Object correctly. check-in: 393856dbed user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Ported TabExpansion from V2CTP2 to V2CTP3 and extended. Please dot souce this script file to use. check-in: c0b9442171 user: foobar tags: trunk
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#Twitbrain Cheat PowerShell script check-in: e390225981 user: Stefan Stranger tags: trunk
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Function that will retrieve all the NFS Exports from a NetApp SAN. Example usage of thee Ontap SDK 3.5 avaliable here http://communities.netapp.com/docs/DOC-1365…. check-in: 2f16d22899 user: glnsize tags: trunk
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Creates a new “On Demand Only” scheduled task to run an “Elevated” application, and a shortcut to launch it on demand, so you can bypass UAC prompting on specific apps. check-in: 24563fc798 user: unknown tags: trunk
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A script to create shortcuts … with support for short “special folder” names. check-in: 27223215c5 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Amended line $ChildGroups = “Domain Admins”, “group two” to clear bug from my previous post :) check-in: c711125a5f user: Hal Rottenberg tags: trunk
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If you output the original script to a txt file you cannot tell if a remote PC is switched off. Script below will now report a “Connection Error” if network path is not found check-in: ea3b485dc9 user: Hal Rottenberg tags: trunk
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This script shows how to monitor ESX with PowerShell v2 CTP3’s new WSMan cmdlets. check-in: 75ac63ac66 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Reconnect a VMHost that has been disconnected from vCenter… Example using the VI API real world use Set-VMHost -State check-in: 58aaeb2a3c user: glnsize tags: trunk
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Disconnect a VMHost from vCenter Example using the VI API real world use Set-VMHost -State check-in: b1e9bba63b user: glnsize tags: trunk
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A collection of Powershell functions for Citrix Management check-in: 37da0a597b user: BSonPosh tags: trunk
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The below will create a bi-directional named pipe with the name you specify in the $pipeName variable. Note that .NET 3.5 is required for the System.IO.Pipes namespace. check-in: 41a7c0df49 user: unknown tags: trunk
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This is just a little trick I use to find InstallUtil and MsBuild, and make sure I’m using the latest version of them. check-in: 1a90f28d87 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Splits a string (by default, on whitespace), and allows you to pick and chose which pieces are returned. Something like “cut” in bash… check-in: 03c25db582 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Colorize Subversion SVN STAT output. check-in: 2ed17c3819 user: jim palmer tags: trunk
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powershell converts all string types to strings, including nulls which end up as empty strings. use this if you need to pass a true null as a string to a dotnet api check-in: b5ffef2a01 user: unknown tags: trunk
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The missing Shift operators corrected so they shift in the right direction. check-in: 1c9d81d1c5 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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author: Doug Finke check-in: dbdfbe5de6 user: halr9000 tags: trunk
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Executes a SQL Server Integrations Services package for both server and file system storage types. Also includes optional processing of external configuration file. check-in: 31c36d4caa user: Chad Miller tags: trunk
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Demo of different ways to split a text into lines. Sorry I have not yet another nice way to post code in my blog. http://pauerschell.blogspot.com/. Understanding TextToLines splitting is basic to ISE-Extensions. check-in: 274fa9ed3c user: Bernd Kriszio tags: trunk
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Takes a series of objects (like the converted input from csv) where there are a series of objects (rows) that actually define the same object, and there is (at least) one property which is a unique identifier (and appears on each object), and there are two properties which are a name and value pair defining additional properties ... and outputs new objects which merge the objects and add the name-value pairs as new properties. check-in: 6df4f1cac8 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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It would really be sweet if I could get-netstat -sate CLOSE_WAIT check-in: f2695362b7 user: glnsize tags: trunk
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Demo of different ways to split a text into lines. Sorry I have not yet another nice way to post code in my blog. http://pauerschell.blogspot.com/. Understanding TextToLines splitting is basic to ISE-Extensions. check-in: b9138f2cd3 user: Bernd Kriszio tags: trunk
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A one liner that parses the output of NET.EXE’s VIEW command. NET.EXE VIEW displays a list of computers in your current domain by default, to display another domain change it to read NET.EXE VIEW /domain <domainName>. check-in: 4f965446f5 user: Nathan Hartley tags: trunk
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Ported TabExpansion from V2CTP2 to V2CTP3 and extended. Please dot souce this script file to use. check-in: a6a0478feb user: foobar tags: trunk
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Used to reset a Users Password check-in: 07532ca2ae user: BSonPosh tags: trunk
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A wrapper for Get-ChildItem with color highlighting for different file types. I was thinking of the Linux ‘ls —color’, but didn’t bother to match up colors or anything. TODO: The ability to sort by type would be nice. Note: you will have to remove the documentation at the beginning of the function if you want to use it with versions prior to v2.0 CTP3. check-in: d9bc3eb0cd user: tojo2000 tags: trunk
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A few wrapper functions to make working with the SSH portion of SharpSSH easier: New-SshSession, Invoke or Send Ssh commands, Receive output, all with support for “Expect” ... which means we’ll continue reading from the ssh output until we see the expected output, and then stop. check-in: 1ef32cbbce user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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A wrapper for Get-ChildItem with color highlighting for different file types. I was thinking of the Linux ‘ls —color’, but didn’t bother to match up colors or anything. TODO: I should probably update it to precompile the regexes at the top so that they aren’t compiled for each item returned by Get-ChildItem, and the ability to sort by type would be nice. Note: you will have to remove the documentation at the beginning of the function if you want to use it with versions prior to v2.0 CTP3. check-in: c00add082f user: tojo2000 tags: trunk
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## check-in: d7c2651b11 user: William tags: trunk
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This script will compare the names of the people you follow on Twitter and the people following you. It returns a comparison object consisting of the Twitter name of a subject and a side indicator – “<=” means that you are following a subject who is not following you, “=>” means that you are followed by someone who you are not following. check-in: 56c5f552d7 user: Steven Murawski tags: trunk
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powershell does all dividing by doubles, even integers, so often to simulate a interger division you have to [math]::floor the quotient. Here are some functions to do pure integer division check-in: db9c13417b user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: 4cef3a522d user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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in progress -buggy check-in: 2859899687 user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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Compare the tables (and columns with the -Column parameter) in two databases, checking for differences. check-in: f078ff029b user: Steven Murawski tags: trunk
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simple function like foreach, but that traps exceptions using v2, and logs then in the $lastex variable. this way the pipeline can continue and process the objects that aren’t having errors happen against them. eventually this needs to be made much better, and be a v2 advanced function check-in: 8861eb2d12 user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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This script customizes the welcome screen which PowerGUI admin console displays on start-up or when a folder is selected in the left-hand tree. check-in: 9b4edfc4a0 user: Dmitry Sotnikov tags: trunk
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This script performs OpenLdap query against specified Server. check-in: c1516694a0 user: BSonPosh tags: trunk
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Requires PS 2.0 CTP3 check-in: b2fec69446 user: Oisin Grehan tags: trunk
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This is an enhancement on top of the [Environment]::GetFolderPath to add support for additional folders like QuickLaunch and the “Common” folders (CommonStartMenu, etc) by using the WshShell SpecialFolders enum from COM... check-in: 4fd765a751 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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proof of concept of running csharp expressions in powershell v2. very basic, no error checking. check-in: 112f040939 user: oisin tags: trunk
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The following script will add some nice host network information into an object which is exported to a csv file for passing to the network guys or can be used to find your server in that mess of cables that are always meaning to be tidied in the data center. check-in: 4cffe14ca1 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Help Differ 10000 check-in: 346aea5cc1 user: Carter Shanklin tags: trunk
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proof of concept of running csharp expressions in powershell v2. very basic, no error checking. check-in: 2fb850be3d user: unknown tags: trunk
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Generate one or more random strings for use as passwords or pre-shared keys using a Windows form in PowerShell. User can customize the alphabet, length and number of strings generated. check-in: 68cae6afcd user: Marcus L tags: trunk
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This script will create a new System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 Collection. check-in: d739feb1d9 user: Andy S tags: trunk
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Test-Port creates a TCP connection to specified port. By default it connects to port 135 with a timeout of 3secs. check-in: c31e7f5216 user: BSonPosh tags: trunk
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This script takes a path to a script (full or relative), a fileinfo object, or either as pipeline input. It converts the script’s content to a function of the same name as the file. For example, ./ConvertTo-Function Get-Server.ps1 would create a function called Get-Server. If the function already exists, it will replace it with the new script. check-in: 77947463ab user: unknown tags: trunk
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Many organizations have a separate OUs for their servers and workstations, this is an example on how to list servers in the wrong OU. check-in: ef8665ab81 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Ported TabExpansion from V2CTP2 to V2CTP3 and extended. Please dot souce this script file. check-in: 68baeceeb4 user: foobar tags: trunk
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Ported TabExpansion from V2CTP2 to v1.0 and extended. check-in: d8f4934f20 user: foobar tags: trunk
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A simple trick to show and hide windows — and an extra bonus trick ;) check-in: b818615f78 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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simple V1 function to print files, either listed, or through the pipeline. No error checking implemented check-in: 55a48a4b8a user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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Executes a SQL Server Integrations Services package for both server and file system storage types. Optionally Resets a Package Configuration connection string named “SSISCONFIG” to new server location. Also includes optional processing of external configuration file. check-in: 6126a40cb6 user: Chad Miller tags: trunk
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Generates an XSD File with SQLXML annotations for a Powershell object. The XSD file can be used with SQLXML Assembly or COM-based to automatically create a SQL table and import the XML. Use in conjunction with New-XML. See article at http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/powershell/65196/ for example. check-in: ad62e8ef3a user: unknown tags: trunk
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Check latest Chromium build at http://build.chromium.org check-in: ba41d127bd user: David tags: trunk
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This script performs OpenLdap query against specified Server. check-in: fbc9a8f1be user: unknown tags: trunk
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Help Differ 10000 check-in: 92b1149627 user: unknown tags: trunk
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An alternate method of querying the registry to return the firewall status (returns $true or $false). This one does not use WMI. check-in: df02fe5692 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Converts CBZ files to CBR check-in: e26648fa2e user: unknown tags: trunk
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Returns $true if the Windows Firewall is enabled, $false if it is disabled. check-in: 95e5d81cae user: rfoust tags: trunk
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code to play distinct “musical” notes using Console.Beep allowing you to specify the note/octave/duration as well as speaking check-in: 9820f55067 user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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If you have a medium to large size website, you can provide a Sitemap so that search engines intelligently index your site’s content. check-in: 05a9ca5ebe user: uknzguy tags: trunk
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If you have a medium to large size website, you can provide a Sitemap so that search engines intelligently index your site’s content. check-in: fa1e1c725d user: unknown tags: trunk
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Enable Server Side Junk E-mail filtering for Exchange 2007 mailboxes check-in: bc1a198abf user: Jon Webster tags: trunk
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Allows for the creation of tasks in Microsoft Outlook from Windows PowerShell. The majority of task options available can be configured with the function. check-in: 5cec33524d user: Mark E tags: trunk
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New-CustomColumn for PowerShell V1.0 check-in: f195c6950f user: unknown tags: trunk
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Helps you find the right exception to throw. It can take a filter parameter to filter results down. Usage is Get-Exception -filter MYFILTER like Get-Exception Null. (to port to version 1, just remove the multi-line comments) check-in: 72aed948dd user: David Mohundro tags: trunk
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Just some examples of stuff you can do with the System.Windows.Automation namespace … for more, you’re going to want to check out http://WASP.CodePlex.com check-in: 2c098ef84d user: unknown tags: trunk
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Converts PowerGUI’s .PowerPack files into ps1 script files – each script node, link and action get represented as a function with the element’s name and its code inside. You can then dot-source the file and use the functions in your scripts or command line. Works both in PowerShell v1 and v2. check-in: fa9fa976ac user: Dmitry Sotnikov tags: trunk
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Get-Weather parses and displays the current weather and forecast from the Yahoo! RSS. Simply enter your zipcode (or IXX code from Yahoo weather) and -c(elcius) if you don’t want Fahrenheit temperatures. check-in: 4eb5966cd3 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Converts PowerGUI’s .PowerPack files into ps1 script files – each script node, link and action get represented as a function with the element’s name and its code inside. You can then dot-source the file and use the functions in your scripts or command line. Works both in PowerShell v1 and v2. check-in: dd0a9e8bdd user: Dmitry Sotnikov tags: trunk
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Converts PowerGUI’s .PowerPack files into ps1 script files – each script node, link and action get represented as a function with the element’s name and its code inside. You can then dot-source the file and use the functions in your scripts or command line. Works both in PowerShell v1 and v2. check-in: 00844f10a3 user: Dmitry Sotnikov tags: trunk
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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 Holmes has mentioned in the past … check-in: 0c44bd3f67 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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This script is a re-developed MSDN Sample using PowerShell. It creates an email message then sends it with a BCC. check-in: 5e7daac03d user: Thomas Lee tags: trunk
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This script is a re-developed MSDN Sample using PowerShell. It creates an email message then sends it with a BCC. check-in: 7a3cf9eee9 user: Thomas Lee tags: trunk
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Select a user-defined number of random elements from the collection … which can be passed as a parameter or input via the pipeline. An improvement over http://www.powershellcentral.com/scripts/60 which allows you to select more than one item, and doesn’t copy the full collection into RAM. check-in: 0c5644fe85 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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A script to open files for editing in Notepad++ — you may need to edit the $npp variable in the BEGIN block to put the full path in, if you didn’t run the Notepad++ installer. check-in: e23b901933 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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This bad boy is from an email by Bruce Payette—the master. Here are some notes from the email: check-in: ac353c1e73 user: halr9i000 tags: trunk
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Syncronize local folders with Smugmug using this powershell script. check-in: ceec7f4308 user: Karl Prosser tags: trunk
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507 Change $colShares to $colApps check-in: f4bd2d4140 user: cassibr13 tags: trunk
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Added Get-WebPageContent to the initial implementation of the Http REST script functions (usable as a v1 script or as a module). check-in: 3dc24c5357 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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ISE-Snippets module v 1.0 check-in: 6fa04f1885 user: poetter tags: trunk
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This is an advanced function that uses a proxy command to add two new switches to get-childitem check-in: 7333dde4a8 user: Andy Schneider tags: trunk
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ISE-Lines module v 1.1 ( Conflate-Line improved ) check-in: 2316fe8c4b user: poetter tags: trunk
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I’ve modified the original function. I like this one better. check-in: db5bdc6141 user: Gene Magerr tags: trunk
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scripting for running regions by hotkeys in powershell v2 CTP3 ISE. http://www.karlprosser.com/coder check-in: 4c2f3e965a user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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ISE-Comments module v 1.0 check-in: a21cfedc5e user: poetter tags: trunk
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This is an updated version of Get-Packet, an IP packet sniffer for Powershell. check-in: 996a191acb user: Robbie Foust tags: trunk
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A script module for CTP3 which allows the user to create their own custom type accelerators. Thanks to Oisin Grehan for the discovery. check-in: cda1b760de user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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get-regex.ps1 is a Regular Expression Quick Reference for .NET/C#/Powershell. It provides a quick dump of info in a PSCustomObject for quick access from a prompt. It is more complete than what is available in get-help. check-in: 4c29d14cbd user: Robbie Foust tags: trunk
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If you have VMware Lab Manager, this script makes it easier than ever to connect to and automate Lab Manager actions. check-in: a2efa0a88b user: Carter Shanklin tags: trunk
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Get-StockQuotes gives a very easy way to get stock quotes using PowerShell CTP3’s new Web Services capabilities. check-in: d24cb50c8d user: Carter Shanklin tags: trunk
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This is a set of Powershell functions to interface with the Atlassian Jira bug/issue tracking software using a WSDL interface. check-in: 2905bae8ef user: Robbie Foust tags: trunk
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This function connects via HTTP to a Cisco Unity server and returns license information as a PSCustomObject. check-in: 1656d0a71f user: Robbie Foust tags: trunk
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Call WCF Services with PowerShell using any binding. Generates proxy on the fly without needing any tool expect .NET 3.5. You can also discover the service endpoints, bindings and contracts. Read more on my blog: http://www.iLoveSharePoint.com check-in: 2b6ffcd7f5 user: cglessner tags: trunk
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Change the security setting of a vSwitch. Requires V2, and the VI toolkit for windows check-in: ed5f1005fc user: Glenn Sizemore 12 tags: trunk
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Generate an email from an RSS feed and store the feed item in a cache file to support emailing only new feed items since last execution. check-in: cde07c21c4 user: unknown tags: trunk
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This is a simple function that can “Start” apps and return the PROCESS object. In particular, it can start URIs, documents, and apps defined in the “App Paths” registry, and basically anything that you could start from the run dialog. check-in: 6b2b78d2ae user: unknown tags: trunk
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Use the MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server) .NET Libraries to find SharePoint ID of known user. check-in: aae15d9eda user: Craig Pilkenton tags: trunk
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Just a simple little script which looks at the current charge left in your battery and puts it above your prompt. Adjust when it comes on with $GLOBAL:BatteryDisplayAtPercent, by default it’s 101 which shows when it’s charging on down. Why 101? Because when you charge a battery you supply more capacity then it has, so the % will always be >100. check-in: 7d4887d73f user: unknown tags: trunk
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For TabExpansion.ps1 check-in: a5990cfbe9 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Ported TabExpansion from V2CTP2 to v1.0 and extended. check-in: c5e0eca22f user: foobar tags: trunk
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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: and you will want to comment out the lines that pull the password last set and last logon timestamp unless you happen to be replicating those to your GC. check-in: 1e6d342fb3 user: Jonathan Walz tags: trunk
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This is a modification of the Get-ADMapObject (http://poshcode.org/706). This script uses the Show-NodeXLMap script (http://poshcode.org/733) to display the hierarchical relationship between Active Directory objects of the selected classes. Running this script with the -ShowADClass switch lists out the different classes or types of AD objects available. check-in: 2ac169d16c user: Steven Murawski http tags: trunk
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Update version of Doug Finke’s Show-NetMap script (http://www.dougfinke.com/blog/?p=465). The NetMap research project has been renamed to NodeXL and is available on Codeplex (http://www.codeplex.com/nodexl). This script is updated to use the new code and adds support for adding color to the map points. check-in: a51672df57 user: Doug Finke http tags: trunk
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Parses output of registry utility REG QUERY for the pattern on the specified computer. Useful for finding installed S/W since the WMI provider for installed software is not always reliable. check-in: 4df9018676 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Get-MyDomain retrieves the current IP of the user (Or, the first if there are multiple active cards) then performs a DNS lookup to retrieve the domain. If it is unable to reverse it, it displays Unknown:<IP> check-in: 0fb24c4e82 user: unknown tags: trunk
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A tech demo: a scrolling buffer where you can type while it’s scrolling… check-in: 1bd167cc51 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Added enum expansion in method call expression check-in: bbee4e8e30 user: foobar tags: trunk
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Find-AmazonBook searches Amazon’s books by Title (and optionally Author). It’s a simple example of the power of the HttpRest module, see the original here: http://posh.jaykul.com/p/1602 (and note there are extra features in this version). check-in: cc0724318e user: unknown tags: trunk
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Windows Server 2008 R2/Powershell 2.0 will include cluster cmdlets, until then this script provides a library functions for working with Microsft Cluster Services (MSCS) using the WMI MSCluster* class and parsing the output of cluster.exe check-in: de9aeb66cd user: Chad MIller tags: trunk
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Check-LotusHealth is a multi server, multi port ping script. Originally designed to handle the port checks for a client’s entire Lotus Notes environment, I’ve removed the actual servers and replaced them with placeholders. You’ll need to adjust this to your environment. check-in: d482e5a3a6 user: unknown tags: trunk
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The Linux/Unix ‘du -sh’ command, ala PowerShell (faster than other versions of this script, but still ever so much slower than compiled code) check-in: 640f543635 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Analogous to ONE of PowerShell 2’s Add-Type cmdlet’s overrides, this script/function will take C# code and compile it in memory. check-in: 4e0123956e user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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A simple cached RSS reader. Fetches RSS feeds, displays mutliple feeds merged in date order, opens items in browser. check-in: 8b14ec57aa user: unknown tags: trunk
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Map Active Directory objects using the Show-NetMap script from Doug Finke. Running the script creates three functions Get-ADMapObject (which takes a string or array of strings of the AD object classes), Get-ADObjectClassName (recurses through your Active Directory and returns the names of the object classes), and New-SourceTarget (to get the ADMapObjects into the format that Show-Netmap wants). check-in: 02ef62278d user: Steven Murawski http tags: trunk
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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 least to me). I’ve also added a bunch of command-line options and a couple of features in the process (see the Revision History in the script). check-in: 52eda5b383 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Calculates percentage growth rate given a starting value, ending value, and number of periods in the range. stahler thx! check-in: a12004e7bd user: halr9000 tags: trunk
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The Get-Command cmdlet reveals all that you need to know about PowerShell. check-in: 44e2258c14 user: Jeff Hillman tags: trunk
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Calculates percentage growth rate given a starting value, ending value, and number of periods in the range. @stahler thx! check-in: 72cf014192 user: Stahler tags: trunk
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Use as a filter to select computers from a stream on which to act upon later in the pipeline. Example: check-in: 2725f4c2a6 user: unknown tags: trunk
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Script to retreive all users with an active sync device partnership check-in: 8bfe186d38 user: unknown tags: trunk
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I got this script originally from Jim Truher and have tweaked it a bit over time (nothing major). Basically it replaces your CD function with one that keeps a history. check-in: 9bfa8fdf8d user: unknown tags: trunk
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As a former UNIX guy, I love the non-admin stuff in Vista, but got annoyed keeping two shells open (one admin and one non-admin). I wanted sudo! PowerShell made that easy. Just put this in your $profile script. Enjoy! check-in: 76dd597b6a user: Peter Provost tags: trunk
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As a former UNIX guy, I love the non-admin stuff in Vista, but got annoyed keeping two shells open (one admin and one non-admin). I wanted sudo! PowerShell made that easy. Enjoy! check-in: ea9a53f357 user: Peter Provost tags: trunk
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The first of many script cmdlets for working with DekiWiki check-in: 62d0abaaf3 user: unknown tags: trunk
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An initial implementation of some Http REST cmdlets, as a series of script functions (usable as a script module, just save as a .psm1) check-in: 85b6c5cf11 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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Export 2007/2010 usermailbox to PST located on File Share check-in: 16e46b83dc user: St3v3o tags: trunk
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This script allows an administrator to install software from either a local folder on their administration PC or from a network share. Target computers to receive the installation are defined ahead of time in a text file. check-in: 40e23cef74 user: AlphaSun tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: 0fae6ab837 user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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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 least to me). I’ve also added a bunch of command-line options and a couple of features in the process (see the Revision History in the script). check-in: 9765bd4444 user: BSonPosh tags: trunk
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A script to retrieve the SSL Certificate used by a remote host … demonstrates using Invoke-Inline to compile C# code, and handling the RemoteCertificateValidationCallback to override the normal security policy … check-in: badf721e36 user: Joel Bennett tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: 9baa90a370 user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: 2203837ac8 user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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Simple script to bulk-create printers on a print-server. Printers are imported from a csv-file. check-in: f15de3c783 user: Jan Egil Ring tags: trunk
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Added -NoLog option to write info just to the console check-in: 4ee412a32b user: Vidrine tags: trunk
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ISE profile code for doing module development check-in: bb2f3cefb1 user: jrich523 tags: trunk
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Small script to strongly syncronyze folder with ‘original’. check-in: 30d3d1a83a user: M Skourlatov tags: trunk
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Provide a begin and end time frame (mm dd yyyy) and this will calculate the years, months and days between the two dates. This is NOT 100% accurate but it was close enough for what I was trying to do. Someone with better math skills should be able to improve the accuracy. check-in: 597f1652f7 user: Dan In Philly tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: 5699f4d0a9 user: Dan In Philly tags: trunk
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Provide a begin and end time frame (mm dd yyyy) and this will calculate the years, months and days between the two dates. This is NOT 100% accurate but it was close enough for what I was trying to do. Someone with better math skills should be able to improve the accuracy. check-in: 33b188d7e1 user: Dan In Philly tags: trunk
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From Windows PowerShell Cookbook (O’Reilly) by Lee Holmes check-in: 5dc5450983 user: Lee Holmes tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: f188077e5a user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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This was the first game I wrote in BASIC as a 12-yr old. Here it is again in PowerShell. :) check-in: d5618580c0 user: Dan In Philly tags: trunk
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Colorize Subversion SVN STAT output. check-in: 96109635ae user: jim palmer tags: trunk
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retrieve the windows product key of a specified machine using WMI check-in: 1bb41c654b user: karl prosser tags: trunk
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Demonstrates how to resize a PowerShell Window, use a count-down timer, toggle a keystroke, and automate logging off your computer. I wrote this so I’d have a simple reminder of these things but I ended up running the script at the start of each work day. I’ve also distributed the “toggle scroll lock” part to a LOT of colleagues who got sick of the corporate screen saver GPO. :) check-in: 699177e14a user: Dan In Philly tags: trunk
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A rounding encoder for Google Charts data: converts numbers to their relative values within Google’s 0..4095 range, and encodes them in their slightly strange 2-digit base 64 encoding. check-in: 32fc7fff7e user: unknown tags: trunk
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Check for successful backups in NetWorker check-in: a2ce507b68 user: gonads99 tags: trunk
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From Windows PowerShell Cookbook (O’Reilly) by Lee Holmes check-in: 9ac56b7523 user: Lee Holmes tags: trunk
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Audit script by Alan Renouf, Usage: Audit.ps1 ‘path’ path needs to be in single quotes. The file needs to be a plain text list of computers to be audited one on each line. Output will be a htm file for each server with detailed system information. Any comments please contact me. check-in: 1fd070f221 user: alanrenouf tags: trunk
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Automatically creates a Local User on server, Local directory on server, and Virtual directory in IIS based on User Inputs. Also sets user flags to read/write on directory and sets password options for user check-in: 191bc8e0ca user: unknown tags: trunk