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Using PowerShell to View and Remove Wireless Profiles in Windows 10 – Part 4

Summary: Using Windows PowerShell to purge Wlan profiles with NetSh.exe. Last week we had a way with a Regular Expression to run one Netsh.exe command and show only the profile names as a PowerShell Array. Today we're going to finish the task and show you how to delete those Profiles. As a quick reminder here's the line in PowerShell ...

Using PowerShell to View and Remove Wireless Profiles in Windows 10 – Part 3

Summary: Using Regular Expressions to cleanup string data from NetSh.exe. Let's remember the last two discussions. The first time we looked at using PowerShell to identify wireless profiles with some simple regular expressions. We followed up the next week with how to identify which approach would be the fastest. Today we're going to ...

PowerTip: Identify Drives Encrypted with Bitlocker

Summary: Using the Get-Bitlocker Cmdlet to show the status of drives on your Windows 10 computer (image) Hey, Doctor Scripto. Is there a nice simple way to see if drives are Bitlocker encrypted? (image) A most excellent question! You can the Get-BitlockerVolume Cmdlet and filter on the VolumeStatus property. Here's an example of ...