Hey, Scripting Guy! One thing I miss in Windows PowerShell is the ability to use a Try/Catch/Finally block that I can use in C#. To me it is an elegant solution to error handling. You attempt something, catch any resulting errors,
Hey, Scripting Guy! Ignoring errors or bubbling up errors to the user of a script seems a bit inefficient. I mean, wouldn’t it be better to avoid the errors in the first place? I am only a beginner when it comes to writing scripts,
Hey, Scripting Guy! I enjoyed reading your blog post yesterday about using $ErrorActionPreference to control the behavior of a script. One thing I never liked about using “On Error Resume Next” from VBScript was that it seemed to be an all-or-nothing type of proposition.
Hey, Scripting Guy! One thing I liked about using VBScript is that I could add On Error Resume Next to the top of a script, and all my problems with the script went away. It was like magic, and I used it to fix many of my scripts.
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I find all the users with remote access permissions; that is, all those with the Dial-In or VPN property set to Allow?
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