Dec 12, 2014 · This is the place where I put various small PowerShell bits'n pieces. I hope they can be of use to others. Feel free to use my scripts, but please give credit to the source.
Additional "Open" command is added to the right-click menu for URL files, with a sub-menu containing the list of installed browsers. This lists all the web browsers installed and registered with Default Programs. This method uses the Windows.OpenWith ribbon command in the context menu, and it...
Chrome will open one new tab the first time you click on each module (Mail, Cal, People) and then keep coming back to those, Edge opens as many tabs as you open (so if you have Mail, open Cal, and then from Cal open Mail, Edge will open a new Mail tab), and Firefox stays in the same tab when you open/click on each module without opening more.
Tools for PowerShell, Command-Prompt, or DOS. Windows PowerShell is a cross-platform automation and configuration tool/framework that works well with your existing tools and is optimized for dealing with structured data (e.g. JSON, CSV, XML, etc.), REST APIs, and object models.
By default, Windows PowerShell will record transcript output to each users' My Documents directory, with a file name that includes 'PowerShell_transcript', along with the computer name and time started. Enabling this policy is equivalent to calling the Start-Transcript cmdlet on each Windows PowerShell...
Jun 22, 2020 · How to Zip Files Using PowerShell. Let’s start off by compressing some files into a ZIP file archive using the Compress-Archive cmdlet. It takes the path to any files you want to compress—multiple files are separated with a comma—and archives them in the destination you specify.
May 01, 2014 · Web-servers are dangerous in the wrong hands, but testers use them all the time (not always safely). I have seen people upload utilities like Mongoose to accomplish serving static files, but it can be accomplished with PowerShell and the .Net httplistener class .