PowerShell Cmdlet of the Day Podcast

By Tome Tanasovski

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Join MVP recipient and PowerShell Bible author, Tome Tanasovski, in a short-form podcast that will explore a PowerShell cmdlet or technique in each episode.
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Sept. 29, 2011
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Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how you can power down or reboot computers on your network. We also realize that this is the easiest way to learn how to do the same for any Windows 8 computer. Restart-Computer -ComputerName (gc c:\computerlist.txt) -ThrottleLimit 64 -Force Brought to you by The Windows PowerShell Bible 2.0 and PowerShellGroup.Org
Sept. 26, 2011
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Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at a few commonly overlooked providers and what they contain. Try the following: cd variable: dir cd env: dir cd function: dir Brought to you by The Windows PowerShell Bible 2.0 and PowerShellGroup.Org
Sept. 22, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how we can turn PowerShell objects into comma separated strings and files Append Example: Get-Process |select name,id |ConvertTo-Csv -NoTypeInformation |select -Skip 1 |out-file filetoappend.txt Brought to you by The Windows PowerShell Bible 2.0 and PowerShellGroup.Org
Sept. 19, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we explore all of the possibilities for one of the most used PowerShell cmdlets. Basic Example: Get-Process |select name, id Parameters discussed: First Last Skip Unique Return a string collection of the process names rather than an object with only a name property Get-Process |select -ExpandProperty Name Return […]
Sept. 15, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how you can stop the pipeline and suppress output with Out-Null. Brought to you by The Windows PowerShell Bible 2.0 and PowerShellGroup.Org
Sept. 12, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how you can use break and continue to control the flow of loops. Brought to you by The Windows PowerShell Bible 2.0 and PowerShellGroup.Org
Sept. 8, 2011
Download the MP3 PodcastIn this episode we look at how you can easily concatenate paths with Join-Path. $dir = 'C:\users' $child = 'tome' Join-Path $dir $child c:\users\tome Join-Path c:,d: NewDir c:\NewDir d:\NewDir Brought to you by The Windows PowerShell Bible 2.0 and PowerShellGroup.Org
Sept. 5, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how you can carve up strings that make up strings of text that make up paths with Split-Path: By default – returns parent path Split-Path c:\users\tome c:\user Leaf – returns the end of the path (file or directory name) Split-Path c:\users\tome -Leaf tome NoQualifier – removes […]
Sept. 1, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how you can Backup, Restore, and Import Group Policy Objects using Windows PowerShell and the cmdlets that come with the Group Policy module in the latest version of RSAT and the GPMC. $dir = '\\server1\gpobackups' # Backups Get-GPO -All |Backup-GPO -Path $dir Get-GPO remoting |Backup-GPO […]
Aug. 29, 2011
Download the MP3 Podcast In this episode we look at how you can generate an RSOP with Windows PowerShell by using Get-GPResultantSetOfPolicy by using the GroupPolicy module that comes with the GPMC that is bundled in Windows Server 2008 R2 and the most recent version of RSAT. # Populate dir with the current dir regardless […]
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