Hey, Scripting Guy! Is it very difficult to use Windows PowerShell 2.0 to write to the Windows registry? We have a mixture of Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP on our desktop computers. I was thinking that if it is not too tough, I would like to use the registry to help in performing desktop audits. I could place information a
Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson here. One of the cool things about using Windows PowerShell is the different objects with which you can interact. Windows Search is an example of this. By using ADO, you can query the Windows Search index and retrieve information about files. This technique can have some very interesting possibilities.
Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson here. I finally had time to play around with querying Windows Search from within Windows PowerShell. I tried, back during the beta of Windows Vista, to do that, but I was unable to get it to work. It has been on my mind and on the back burner for quite some time. Today, being a nice relaxed day—d
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