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Windows PowerShell Tips

Accessing Values in an Array
Byte Conversion
Calculating Text File Statistics
Creating Custom Tables
Displaying Version Properties of a Group Policy Object
Even More Things You Can Do With Arrays
Formatting Dates and Times
Formatting Numbers
Fun Things You Can Do With the Get-ChildItem Cmdlet
Image Mapping API 2.0 Downloads
Modifying Message Colors
Modifying a Read-Write Property Using Get-WMIObject
Reading Text Files
Referencing Variables and Variable Values
Removing Items From Arrays
The String’s the Thing
Three Things You Might Not Know About Windows PowerShell Functions
Using Windows PowerShell “Here-Strings”
Using the Range Operator in Wildcard Queries
What Is (and What Isn’t) in Our Array?
Windows PowerShell Tip: Adding a Simple Menu to a Windows PowerShell Script
Windows PowerShell Tip: Automatic Script Writing Using Get-History
Windows PowerShell Tip: Creating Formatted HTML Output
Windows PowerShell Tip: Creating a Custom Input Box
Windows PowerShell Tip: Creating a Graphical Date Picker
Windows PowerShell Tip: Creating and Modifying Environment Variables
Windows PowerShell Tip: Determining the Size of a Folder
Windows PowerShell Tip: Displaying a Message in the Notification Area
Windows PowerShell Tip: Filtering Collections With Regular Expressions
Windows PowerShell Tip: Finding All the Empty Folders in a Directory Tree
Windows PowerShell Tip: Formatting Numbers and Dates Using the CultureInfo Object
Windows PowerShell Tip: Getting Information About the Logged-On User
Windows PowerShell Tip: Getting Rid of a COM Object (Once and For All)
Windows PowerShell Tip: Listing the TrueType Fonts Installed On Your Computer
Windows PowerShell Tip: Making Progress
Windows PowerShell Tip: More Fun with Dates (and Times)
Windows PowerShell Tip: Multi-Select List Boxes – And More!
Windows PowerShell Tip: Press Any Key to Continue
Windows PowerShell Tip: Running Windows PowerShell Scripts Against Multiple Computers
Windows PowerShell Tip: Running Windows PowerShell Scripts Against Multiple Computers: Part 2
Windows PowerShell Tip: Selecting Items From a List Box
Windows PowerShell Tip: Taking Things (Like File Paths) Literally
Windows PowerShell Tip: Three Things You Might Not Know About Windows PowerShell Functions
Windows PowerShell Tip: Using Calculated Properties
Windows PowerShell Tip: Using Test-Path to Verify the Existence of an Object
Windows PowerShell Tip: Using the Switch Statement
Windows PowerShell Tip: Working With Custom Objects
Windows PowerShell Tip: Working With SIDs
Windows PowerShell Tip: Working With Security Descriptors
Working with Hash Tables
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