Prof. Powershell


Fanfare for the Common Parameter Part 1

The first part of this series will focus on identifying some common attributes.

It's In the Mail Part 2: Sending Rich Messages

Part two will focus on how to send HTML messages through PowerShell

It's In the Mail Part 1: Sending PowerShell Data via E-Mail

It is very easy to get a lot of information out of PowerShell. But sometimes it isn't as easy to get it where it needs to be.

WMI CIM-plified Part 6: Tips and Tricks

Over the course of the last few lessons we've exploring the new world of the CIM cmdlets introduced in PowerShell 3.0.

WMI CIM-plified Part 5: WSMAN Protocol

Next up in Jeff's six-part WMI series, he demonstrates how to call up WMI methods.

WMI CIM-plified Part 4: Remote to Second PowerShell

The fourth part of the CIM cmdlets blog series focuses on creating a duplicate CIM session on a different PowerShell unit.

WMI CIM-plified Part 3: Remote Systems Management

Remote systems management is where it gets interesting for CIM in PowerShell 3.0.

WMI CIM-plified Part 2: PowerShell 3.0

The second part of Jeffery's series will show the relationship between CIM and PowerShell.

WMI CIM-plified Part 1: Information Retrieval

In this first part of a six-part series, Jeffrey goes through some of the basics of the CIM standard and its role with the Windows Management Instrumentation.

Where Did I Put That File? Part 2

Jeffrey Hicks is back with his second part in locating specific files in PowerShell.

Where Did I Put That File? Part 1

Jeffrey Hicks walks you through making your search query find exactly what you want to find.

Verbose Pipeline: Tell Me Everything

Get more information than you might have thought was available.

PowerShell Screen Buffer Size: Sometimes More Is Better

Here's how to handle command lines that are a lot longer than your display is set for.

Securing Secure Strings

In PowerShell, there are a number of cmdlets that work with something called a secure string. When you create a saved credential object, the password is stored as a secure string.

Eureka Moments in PowerShell

Spending time to play around with PowerShell can lead to some of the best hidden secrets.

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