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PowerShell export registry key

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In this post we will explore how we can use PowerShell to check existence of a specific registry key and how to export them either in CSV or XML format

PowerShell Switch Statement

6 minute read

In this post we will see uses of Switch statement in PowerShell, advantages it offers over if/else construct and how to use a switch with multiple conditions

Upgrade PowerShell 7 version

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In this post we will explore how to easily and effectively upgrade PowerShell 7 when a new version is released

PowerShell string concatenation

2 minute read

Concatenating strings in PowerShell is a common task in this short post I will give some tips to avoid the performance penalty associated with the task

PowerShell parse EML files

4 minute read

EML are a proprietary, and almost, obsolete used to represent an email message in encoded format which is not easy to parse for automation purposes

PowerShell load .Net Assembly

5 minute read

How to load external assemblies in PowerShell to extend functionality and leverage functionalities not available in PowerShell.

Convert a secure string to plain text

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In my previous post I have described how we can create a credential object part of the process involved creating a secure string object like this

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables

5 minute read

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables, what they are, why you should care and why you should use them in your code to avoid pitfalls and potential issues with ...

PowerShell Hashtables

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Hashtables and never dared to ask

PowerShell Arrays

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Arrays and never dared to ask

PowerShell Exception Handling

10 minute read

An introduction to PowerShell error handling. In this post we will explore what error handling is and how to implement it in PowerShell scripts

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PowerShell Core

PowerShell load .Net Assembly

5 minute read

How to load external assemblies in PowerShell to extend functionality and leverage functionalities not available in PowerShell.

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables

5 minute read

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables, what they are, why you should care and why you should use them in your code to avoid pitfalls and potential issues with ...

PowerShell Hashtables

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Hashtables and never dared to ask

PowerShell Arrays

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Arrays and never dared to ask

PowerShell Exception Handling

10 minute read

An introduction to PowerShell error handling. In this post we will explore what error handling is and how to implement it in PowerShell scripts

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PowerShell Basics

PowerShell Exception Handling

10 minute read

An introduction to PowerShell error handling. In this post we will explore what error handling is and how to implement it in PowerShell scripts

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Tips

CentOS 8 - No updates available

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After deploying a new CentOS server and running a dnf update you could receive a Nothing to do, Complete! message despite updates being available

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HowTo

Upgrade PowerShell 7 version

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In this post we will explore how to easily and effectively upgrade PowerShell 7 when a new version is released

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Active Directory

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Identity Management

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Performance Tips

PowerShell Switch Statement

6 minute read

In this post we will see uses of Switch statement in PowerShell, advantages it offers over if/else construct and how to use a switch with multiple conditions

PowerShell string concatenation

2 minute read

Concatenating strings in PowerShell is a common task in this short post I will give some tips to avoid the performance penalty associated with the task

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Loops

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Python

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Hash

PowerShell Hashtables

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Hashtables and never dared to ask

PowerShell Arrays

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Arrays and never dared to ask

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Hashtables

PowerShell Hashtables

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Hashtables and never dared to ask

PowerShell Arrays

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Arrays and never dared to ask

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PowerShell Arrays

PowerShell Hashtables

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Hashtables and never dared to ask

PowerShell Arrays

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Arrays and never dared to ask

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new-object system.management.automation.pscredential

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PowerShell create credential

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PowerShell Functions

Convert a secure string to plain text

less than 1 minute read

In my previous post I have described how we can create a credential object part of the process involved creating a secure string object like this

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Arrays

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Delete Files

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Break

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Switch

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PowerShell Return

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PowerShell Continue

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Error Handling

PowerShell Exception Handling

10 minute read

An introduction to PowerShell error handling. In this post we will explore what error handling is and how to implement it in PowerShell scripts

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Exception Handling

PowerShell Exception Handling

10 minute read

An introduction to PowerShell error handling. In this post we will explore what error handling is and how to implement it in PowerShell scripts

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Pip

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Pip Packages

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Python3

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Lists

PowerShell Arrays

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Arrays and never dared to ask

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Dictionaries

PowerShell Hashtables

4 minute read

Everything you always wanted to know about PowerShell Hashtables and never dared to ask

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Splatting

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Command Splatting

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Exchange

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Variables

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables

5 minute read

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables, what they are, why you should care and why you should use them in your code to avoid pitfalls and potential issues with ...

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PowerShell Variables

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables

5 minute read

PowerShell Strongly Typed Variables, what they are, why you should care and why you should use them in your code to avoid pitfalls and potential issues with ...

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Passwords

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PowerShell store credentials in file

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Domain Network

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Tutorials

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PowerShell elevate script

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PowerShell elevation

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PowerShell ISE

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PowerShell Editors

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Personal

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Nothing to see here

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Not important

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Tutorial

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String Conversion

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PowerShell Title Case

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PowerShell from the field

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PowerShell Active Directory

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Seek

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Read

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Python IO

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Python file management

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HyperV

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Virtualization

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TLS

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Invoke-RestMethod

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PowerShell TLS 1.0

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PowerShell TLS 1.2

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Measure-Command

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PowerShell Timer

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PowerShell StopWatch

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StopWatch how-to

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PowerShell measure

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PowerShell Execution Time

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PowerShell Assemblies

PowerShell load .Net Assembly

5 minute read

How to load external assemblies in PowerShell to extend functionality and leverage functionalities not available in PowerShell.

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PowerShell Tips

PowerShell load .Net Assembly

5 minute read

How to load external assemblies in PowerShell to extend functionality and leverage functionalities not available in PowerShell.

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Functions

PowerShell parse EML files

4 minute read

EML are a proprietary, and almost, obsolete used to represent an email message in encoded format which is not easy to parse for automation purposes

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PowerShell 7

Upgrade PowerShell 7 version

less than 1 minute read

In this post we will explore how to easily and effectively upgrade PowerShell 7 when a new version is released

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Code Snippets

PowerShell export registry key

2 minute read

In this post we will explore how we can use PowerShell to check existence of a specific registry key and how to export them either in CSV or XML format

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Useful functions

PowerShell export registry key

2 minute read

In this post we will explore how we can use PowerShell to check existence of a specific registry key and how to export them either in CSV or XML format

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