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PSTip: Connect to Azure Virtual Machines without being prompted for credentials

PSTip: Connect to Azure Virtual Machines without being prompted for credentials

When working with Azure it can be useful to quickly connect to a number of Azure VMs. Unfortunately this might result in having to enter your password multiple times. To… Read more »

PSTip: Change a drive letter using Win32_Volume class

PSTip: Change a drive letter using Win32_Volume class

Changing a drive letter of a removable drive or DVD drive is an easy task with Windows PowerShell. Using the Win32_Volume class and the Set-CimInstance cmdlet a drive letter can… Read more »

PSTip: Save untitled tabs in PowerShell ISE to clipboard

PSTip: Save untitled tabs in PowerShell ISE to clipboard

When working with the PowerShell ISE it can occur that there are a lot of untitled scripts left at the end of a busy day of scripting. Occasionally something interesting… Read more »

PSTip: Use Shell.Application to display extended file attributes

PSTip: Use Shell.Application to display extended file attributes

In Windows files can have a lot of additional file attributes that are not shown when using the Get-ChildItem cmdlet. To reveal these the Shell.Application can be used as it… Read more »

PSTip: Retrieve scheduled tasks using Schedule.Service COMObject

PSTip: Retrieve scheduled tasks using Schedule.Service COMObject

In PowerShell 4.0, the Get-ScheduledTask cmdlet was introduced, but unfortunately this cmdlet is not available in older versions of PowerShell. This is where the Schedule.Service COMObject can be useful to… Read more »

PSTip: Use Windows Forms to generate GUI messagebox

PSTip: Use Windows Forms to generate GUI messagebox

While it is great that PowerShell can do so many things in the background without having to interact with it, occasionally it might be useful to have a graphical notification…. Read more »

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