16th February 2019
  • PowerShell

    Install the PowerShell Windows Update Module

    In this article I’ll show you how to managing Windows updates using the PowerShell module PSWindowsUpdate created by Michal Gajda. This PowerShell module allows you to manage Windows updates on any computer or server running PowerShell 2.o [...]
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    Get Certification Expiration with PowerShell

    In this article I’ll explain how to check for expired certificates. The PowerShell script below opens the certificate store through the PS-drive Cert:\ and lists all certificates that are expire soon. Change the threshold (days) to [...]
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    Copy Files with write progress bar in PowerShell

    The progress bar is a great feature and very useful for the people running your PowerShell scripts to track what’s happening. Write-Progress is the PowerShell cmdlet that creates a progress bar. PowerShell supports showing three levels of [...]
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    Run a PowerShell Script from Shortcut

    PowerShell is an advanced form of command prompt. It is extended with a huge set of ready-to-use cmdlets and comes with the ability to use .NET framework in various scenarios. When you double-click on a [...]

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