Category: Start With Powershell (not technical)

  • One man who explained Dave what is $_
    One man who explained Dave what is $_

    What is $_ in Powershell? It was in 2019. Dave was one of the new sysadmin guys in a big corporation in Tokyo. Before this job, he worked for a small company with a few Windows servers. In the current work, he administrates a thousand servers. He decided to start using Powershell for automating his …

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  • Sending email from Poshland Monitoring tool
    Sending email from Poshland Monitoring tool

    This post is a part of the Powershell monitoring tool called Poshland Monitoring. You can download it from the Poshland Resources website. Step 1 – Short Story: The Truth About my Poshland MONITORING Step 2 – How To Make POWERSHELL MONITORING Script Look Amazing in 2 hours? Step 3 – Sending email from Poshland Monitoring …

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  • How To Make POWERSHELL MONITORING Script Look Amazing in 2 hours?
    How To Make POWERSHELL MONITORING Script Look Amazing in 2 hours?

    Since 15 September 2019, everyone can subscribe and download the Poshland Monitoring script. It’s the universal Powershell monitoring script. This tool helps quickly prepare the Windows Servers health report. If you want to use the Powershell Monitoring Script, you should understand Powershell functions. Didn’t you download Poshland Monitoring script yet? It’s available on Poshland Resources. …

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  • One way to understand the Powershell Pipeline
    One way to understand the Powershell Pipeline

    Are you Powershell newbie? It’s time to explain to you the Powershell Pipeline. It’s useful for many scenarios. Thanks to Powershell Pipeline, your code will be shorter and more understandable. Before you begin using it, you have to learn what it is and when you can use it.  You can read Microsoft’s description, but I know …

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  • Short Story: The Truth About my Poshland MONITORING
    Short Story: The Truth About my Poshland MONITORING

    I’m so surprised how many Powershell users have already downloaded the PoshlandMonitoring script. I hope that this script will help you. Now I would like to give you some historical background of this poshland monitoring script. I would like to tell you who inspired me to prepare this universal tool and when I have written …

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  • The most popular shortcuts in Visual Studio Code
    The most popular shortcuts in Visual Studio Code

    To faster coding, you should start using shortcuts available in a code editor. If you want to use shortcuts productively, you need to build new habits. Now I would like to list the most popular shortcuts for Powershell extension in Visual Studio Code. First what you have to do is list shortcuts for your code …

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  • 7 The mOst poPulAr Powershell snippets
    7 The mOst poPulAr Powershell snippets

    How often are you searching correct Powershell syntax in Google? It’s normal. Everyone who learn Powershell is searching on the internet examples how to write a part of the script. It takes a lot of time. I would like to show you how to use Powershell snippets and write scripts faster than before. What are …

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  • 4 steps to get access to Web Application –  Invoke-RestMethod
    4 steps to get access to Web Application – Invoke-RestMethod

    Our friends and coworkers complete hundreds of tasks every day. Everyone is using a few main application to work. Often, it’s repeatable tasks. Creating worksheets, reports, data analysis, fill timesheets, make presentations and many others. I believe that these tasks limit real creative work. It’s time to change it. One of the command in Powershell …

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  • Your job stuck? Eight job areas where Powershell help you.
    Your job stuck? Eight job areas where Powershell help you.

    Your job stuck? Eight job areas where Powershell help. We are doing tasks everywhere, in our workplace and house. Recently, productivity is very popular. I love increasing my productivity. People want to do more job at the same time. A day has only 24 hours. I want to list eight job areas, where Powershell automation …

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  • How traveling help understand error handling in Powershell
    How traveling help understand error handling in Powershell

    How traveling help understand error handling in Powershell Hi, Damian Garbus here. Last a few days I was thinking a little about error handling of Powershell script. I was reflecting on how many times are you using “try{} catch{}” block in your scripts? Doesn’t matter if it’s 10 lines script or more. How often are …

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