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Chris Bergmeister [MVP] 15h
formatting question: Do you increase indentation after every pipe in multiline commands?
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ⱼₒₛₕ 2h
Powershell is best shell. Change me mind.
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4D 22m
The guys in Tech Ops put together this beautiful Hyper-V Server Core and Microsoft Exchange cheat sheet- we reckon it's the most complete out there...
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Pentester Academy 27m
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Dan Shorstein 10h
Day 50: progress: today I worked on learning PowerShell using Python as a guide
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Matt McElreath Nov 13
Check out some of my videos on covering , , , and more. I've learned a lot in the process. Come check them out and let me know if there's anything you would like to see. I'll see if I can get something up there.
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Nikhil Mittal Nov 13
Have you checked your PSReadline history lately? Do you know it stores the commands in clear-text and is persistent across reboots? This is on a Domain Controller.
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Guy Leech Nov 14
New laptop arrives tomorrow so to get a list of installed software on current one to install on new one I ran this to put it in a file: gcim -Class win32_product|sort Caption|export-csv -NoType -NoClob -Path ".$env:computername.csv"
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Daniel Apps 13h
Today is the day I take the leap from building (and saving) my code sporadically in ISE and continue my journey with VS Code synced with a DevOps repository. Life as a DevOps (whatever that really means) is in motion...
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Alfredo Barba Polo 14h
A little bit complicated the command in to find out the last reboot: "Get-CimInstance -ClassName win32_operatingsystem | select csname, lastbootuptime" it's like the simple "uptime" in
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Mike F Robbins 3m
What’s the Recommended Editor for Scripts?
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Sergei Nov 11
I think vs comparison makes no sense at all, they both serve different purpose/audience/job. PowerShell becomes too slow where performance matters, here same code and 30x slower.
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PowerShell Tips 20h
Invoke-WebRequest vs. Invoke-RestMethod
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Maciej Obuchowski Nov 12
cmdlets are great!, but do you really remember and utilise every single option they have? If you don't, you can quickly build great cmdlets using a free utility tool at
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Daniel Streefkerk 9h
I love it when something in just works the way you imagined it to. Just grouped a bunch of files based on the first portion of the file name using one cmdlet, not even a one-liner.
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Planet PowerShell Nov 13
"New Blog, Same Content"
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Nexus Innovations Nov 13
done right using . Read this fascinating blog post by
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Guenther Schmitz Nov 11
I want to alias 'exit' to 'x' but get an error message. how can this be solved?
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Stéphane van Gulick Nov 14
Hey Do you have an official module that you recommend SysAdmins to use to manage your DB's?
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Gerhard Brueckl 4h
Just published: module for on and give it a try and provide feedback!
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