After his long tenure here at MCPmag.com, Prof. PowerShell says goodbye.
The finale of Prof. PowerShell's 7-part series ends with creating a zipped file.
Prof. Powershell's rundown of what can be done with zipped files in PowerShell continues.
Prof. PowerShell delves deeper into what can be done with zipped files.
Here's how to add files to a zipped file in PowerShell.
This week Prof. PowerShell will show you a custom tool for filtering files.
Here's how to find specific files by their size.
Here's how to grab files from a different computer, even if they're not synced.
Here's how to have many different environmental variables in PowerShell all point to the same folder.
Here's how to query info on a remote computer.
The journey from a single-line command to a useable tool continues.
In the third lesson, Prof. PowerShell shows you how to properly use the ForEach enumerator.
This week Prof. PowerShell shows you how to retrieve dynamic property values.
Before you can run, you have to learn to walk.
Here's a quick way to import a CSV file without the need to heavily edit it for compatibility.