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Awesome and Simple Way to Generate Random Passwords with PowerShell - I Love PowerShell
Awesome and Simple Way to Generate Random Passwords with PowerShell - I Love PowerShell
I get tired of thinking up unique and strong passwords. So anymore, for the most part, I don’t do it. I will use random generated passwords, then save them into an Azure KeyVault. It is a good way to use strong passwords that are practically impossible to remember but then keep them usable and within […]
·ilovepowershell.com·
Awesome and Simple Way to Generate Random Passwords with PowerShell - I Love PowerShell
PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Easily Read an XML Document
PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Easily Read an XML Document
Summary: Use the [xml] type accelerator to greatly simplify reading XML documents. How can I easily read an XML file? Use the [XML] type accelerator to convert results from Get-Content into an XML document, and then use dotted notation to access the nodes: [xml]$books = Get-Content C:\fso\Books.XML $books.catalog.book.title
·devblogs.microsoft.com·
PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Easily Read an XML Document
Powershell: Everything you wanted to know about hashtables
Powershell: Everything you wanted to know about hashtables
I want to take a step back and talk about hashtables. I use these all the time now. I was teaching someone about them after our user group meeting last night and I realized I had the same confusion about them at first that he had. Hashtables are really important...
·kevinmarquette.github.io·
Powershell: Everything you wanted to know about hashtables
Prompt for user input In PowerShell - Stack Overflow
Prompt for user input In PowerShell - Stack Overflow
I want to prompt the user for a series of inputs, including a password and a filename. I have an example of using host.ui.prompt, which seems sensible, but I can't understand the return. Is there a
·stackoverflow.com·
Prompt for user input In PowerShell - Stack Overflow
Get-WindowTitle.ps1 - Windows PowerShell Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
Get-WindowTitle.ps1 - Windows PowerShell Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
I do this so frequently that I finally put it into a script called Get-WindowTitle.ps1 . Get-Process |where {$_.mainWindowTItle} |format-table id,name,mainwindowtitle –AutoSize Here is what it does: [4696:0]PS> Get-WindowTitle Id Name MainWindowTitle — —- ————— 2448 mmc Server Manager 4696 powershell
·blogs.msdn.com·
Get-WindowTitle.ps1 - Windows PowerShell Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs