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2402, 2019

Use PowerShell to create compressed ZIP files

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In many scenarios, we will have a requirements for handling to create zip archives or extract files from existing archives with programmatically .  From PowerShell 5.0, it provided two cmdlet for creating and extracting zip

812, 2018

Creating HTML report with CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) using Powershell

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All Tech/non Tech peoples loves a nice HTML report for reviewing. Creating these type of reports in PowerShell is very easy and simple. These type of nice HTML reports can be generate with the help

2511, 2018

Move files to another directory Based on Filename with Powershell

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Where this code required? In many scenario, we will got the requirement for moving the specific files from the large number of files from one location to another location based some filter  on the file name.

1711, 2018

Generate CSV file with Array values using Powershell

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One of the best and easiest ways to put data into an easy-to-read format is with a CSV (comma-separated values ) file. The CSV file will have a line of headers to indicate column name

1611, 2018

How to Find Out Specifications of Server Using PowerShell

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When you are running a Windows server and you need to find out the specification of your servers  then this tutorial will helps you to achieve with the help of PowerShell script. Step 1#: Open

1011, 2018

Upload files with Powershell GUI

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In many scenarios, we will get the requirement to upload the reports, tracker from one location to another location , so i decided to write this post to explain how to upload files like excel,