Monthly Archives: November 2015

Open a webpage from PowerShell

The day might come when you need to open a webpage from PowerShell. It might be when a user clicks on a link in a graphical UI you’ve created or when a task has been completed in one of your … Continue reading

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Download a file with PowerShell

Sometimes you might need to download a file with PowerShell from a FTP-server or from a website. For instance, you might need a file from HR that contains new users that should be created in the local Active Directory. In … Continue reading

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PowerShell Variables

Variables in PowerShell is used in almost every script, if not all of them. Variables allows us to save information that we can use later on in our script. To┬ásave a value in a variable, we simply type: $Number = … Continue reading

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PowerShell Guides

For a long time I was writing all my scripts in VB, something that at the time was powerful, and still is in certain areas. Long after PowerShell was introduced I still wrote most of my scripts in VB, thinking … Continue reading

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