Hey Scripting Guy! I have a problem. There is a registry key on several computers that has a default value of “default.” I need to be able to change that default value. I searched the Hey, Scripting Guy! blog and came up with an article written for VBScript.
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Please Clarify This Script You Published Previously
How Can I Report a Bug I Found in the Windows PowerShell ISE?
How Can I Close an Open Folder on a Network Drive?
Can I Automate the Scheduling of Offline File Tasks?
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have been reading your articles about working with Windows PowerShell profiles, and they are pretty cool. However, I have a question. You mentioned on Monday that I could add a function to a Windows PowerShell profile.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I enjoy using Windows PowerShell, but I do not like the two-word cmdlet names you created for everything. As a matter of fact, I hate the two-word cmdlet names because the dash (-) symbol is hard to type.
Hey, Scripting Guy! Okay, I get that I can create a profile for Windows PowerShell. What I don’t understand is why I would want to create a profile in the first place. It seems to me that Windows PowerShell 2.0 works just fine the way it is.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I would like to personalize the way that Windows PowerShell works. I have been hearing that I can use a thing called a profile to do this, but when I try to find information about profiles,
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Troubleshooting a Windows PowerShell Script Using the Replace Operator
How Can I Get a List of Certificates and Their Expiration Dates?
Can I Change a Registry Value on 200 Computers?
Can I Use Windows PowerShell to Delete Folders Within a Directory?
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a customized MSN home page. I really like the new layout, but it is rather inefficient to open Internet Explorer, and wait for a few minutes just to check out the latest stock prices. What I need is a Windows PowerShell script that I can use to quickly retrieve my stock information without the need to open Internet Explorer and scroll down half the page to find a current stock quote.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I thought your script yesterday was pretty cool, but there is a problem with it. Retrieving the weather from a script is awesome; however, I need to know which cities are available. If I want to know the weather in Sydney,
Hey, Scripting Guy! I remember reading about things called “Web services” a long time ago. It seems that I do not hear much about these anymore. Do they really exist, and if so what are they good for?