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PowerShell

PowerShell tips – part 025.

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. This tip lets you install the git tool using the winget command line tool. The winget command line tool enables users to discover, install, upgrade, remove and configure applications on Windows 10… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 024.

You can access the certificate store using MMC or using CertMgr.msc command. This will show you all certificates in the Local Machines Personal Store:

This will show info about one certificate result on the first PowerShell command:

Also, you can test many PowerShell commands about certificates, like:

For the remote servers, we… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 023.

You need to run on admin this command:

This script will show if the Hyper-V is enabled or not.

PowerShell tips – part 022.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install programs using Scoop under the PowerShell command line or Windows command line. This software named Scoop is a command-line installer for Windows. Open the windows command line and run powershell:

Let’s install and uninstall the vim editor:

If you stay with vim installed,… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 018.

You can start a PowerShell or command shell with these commands:

You can start an admin PowerShell or command shell with these commands:

Also, you can specify the working directory:

 

PowerShell tips – part 017.

PowerShell execution policies are a security mechanism to protect your system from running malicious scripts. Execution policies are based on trust Execution policies have various security levels, like: Unrestricted – the least restrictive policy is one that does not affect at all; it’s Unrestricted. Unrestricted execution policies are essentially disabled. Users can run all scripts… Read More »