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Prof. Powershell


PowerShell Help Line

Prof. Powershell demonstrates how to easily pull up the most-recent cmdlet help online in a PowerShell window.

PowerShell Command History Lesson Part 3: Group Policies

Here's how to use a Group Policy setting to automate logging for commands in PowerShell 3.

Command History Lesson Part 2: PowerShell 3.

Here's how to capture PowerShell commands and history in PowerShell 3.

Breaking Down PowerShell's Scope

The Prof. PowerShell visits a beginner topic that many could use a brush-up on.

PowerShell Command History Lesson Part 1

While you can't easily retrieve another user's command history, here's an alternative to getting the info you need.

Required Scripting Parameters in PowerShell

Make sure the a unsupported script stops at the beginning instead of failing at a later point in time.



PowerShell Objects in a Pipeline

Prof. Powershell demonstrates how to expand in PowerShell to locate objects.

Tip of the ISE-berg

Here's some of Prof. PowerShell's top Integrated Script Editor tricks.

I'm Into That: Automation Tasks in PowerShell

It's easy to get confused when testing whether something is "in" something else or "contains" something else. Prof. PowerShell is here to clear some of the confusion.

Add a Progress Bar to a Graphical Status Box in PowerShell

Jeffrey Hicks shows you how to build on the code from a previous lesson to add a progress bar to your status box.

PowerShell's Write-Progress Explored

Jeffery Hicks breaks down how to use the Write-Progress cmdlet.

Retrieving Status Through PowerShell's Graphical Windows Form

Prof. PowerShell is back with another alternative for displaying status messages in PowerShell.

Belly Up to the Title Bar

Jeffery Hicks walks you through creating status messages through the PowerShell console.

PowerShell Syntax Elements Part 3: Braces

Here's how to properly use braces to define a scriptblock.

PowerShell Syntax Part 2: Square Brackets

In the second part of this three-part series, the Prof. PowerShell breaks down how brackets should and shouldn't be used.

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