Tag Archives: PowerShell

Strings and Scriptblocks

Hello again, This will be another short article. I ran into an issue this week where I was trying to cast a string to a scriptblock and it absolutely wouldn’t work.  Looks like this is covered in a bunch of … Continue reading

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Where and why to use Write-Debug

Hello again! I wanted to write an article on write an article on write-debug for awhile so here it is. Just to start, you can get more info on the cmdlet here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh849969.aspx or by typing get-help write-debug -full When … Continue reading

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Reading log files, Quickly! – Part 1

Hello again everyone! Today I wanted to talk about something I’ve been struggling with for a couple days (although more accurately weeks and months). That being, how to read log files effectively and efficiently? I work for a Managed Services … Continue reading

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Giving Type Names to Your Custom Objects

Hello again! This week I wanted to write about something that I found to be really useful but that I keep forgetting.  Ideally by committing it to a blog I’ll be able to remember it going forward!  So here’s the … Continue reading

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Teamwork in PowerShell – ScriptingGames Follow up

Hello everyone, Today I want to write one of the articles I promised I’d do as a follow up to the scripting games. The tasks this time around were a lot harder than I had anticipated when I signed up. … Continue reading

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2014 Winter Scripting Games

Hey guys, Just a quick note to anyone who reads my blog but doesn’t pay attention to PowerShell.org, looking at you Mom… We won!  The Kitton Mittons’ took first place!  That’s great news for me personally, but it’s also great … Continue reading

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Hey Scripting Guys!

Quick note to anyone who’s interested, Ed Wilson, the Microsoft scripting guy, asked me to expand on my last article on working with XML and the task scheduler. Please go take a look at the article over on the hey … Continue reading

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