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610, 2018

Creating a Balloon Tip Notification Using PowerShell

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Why we need Balloon Tip Notification? Mostly you will use common notification like display message in console using Write-* cmdlets to write the text to the console and Commonly we use Write-Error or Write-Warning for displaying

2909, 2018

How To Display GUI POP UP message box in PowerShell

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One of the simplest way to build simple message boxes in PowerShell is to “borrow” from .NET COM objects. Basically you initialize the object, and then you need to create instances of the object and

2209, 2018

Getting Computer Uptime Using PowerShell

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Monitoring the Computer up-time is an important statistic in systems management.There are several ways we can retrieve a computer’s uptime using WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) . PowerShell provides an easy way to accomplish this with

1909, 2018

Create Shortcuts on Desktops using Powershell

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Mostly we will simply copy an already created shortcut but With PowerShell you can create a shortcut by using the New-Object cmdlet. Let we look in to this detail below. Here’s a quick script to create

1509, 2018

Creating a scheduled task with PowerShell

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Most we will use the graphic interface of Taskschd.msc console to create Windows Task Scheduler jobs and Building a single scheduled task via the GUI task scheduler might not be a big deal. But if you

909, 2018

Viewing Your Drive Information with PowerShell – Part 1

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Managing drives, monitoring space to ensure that a drive run out of available capacity and to understanding just how many drives are on a single system this are simply able to monitor using PowerShell instead

3108, 2018

what is dot-sourcing in Powershell

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Dot-sourcing is a concept in PowerShell that allows you to reference code defined in one script. When you writing large size of PowerShell scripts, then there always seems to come a time when a single