Using the Get-Random Cmdlet to select a random list of names instead of numbers
I’ve got a script that needs to power off a system after it’s done. How can I accomplish this with PowerShell?
Identify your PowerShell environment by making use of built-in PowerShell variables.
Make use of the native features of Windows through PowerShell to play sound.
Here’s how to make sure your errors get caught with Try Catch Finally.
How can I use Windows PowerShell to enumerate all certificates on my Windows computer?
Summary: Here’s how to use the ConvertTo-HTML cmdlet to build basic HTML content.
Hey, Scripting Guy! Occasionally I need to build basic HTML documents. I heard there was a way to do that with Windows PowerShell.
There most certainly is! Just use the ConvertTo-HTML cmdlet to save the day!
Summary: Change the keys to authenticate to Azure RM Cognitive Services, by using Windows PowerShell.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I created the keys for my Rest API. I know I can change them in the web portal, but is there a faster way of doing it through Windows PowerShell?
Summary: “Hey, Scripting Guy!” shows you how to use Invoke-RestMethod to read a list of entries from an RSS feed.
How can I use Windows PowerShell to see the list of articles from an RSS feed?
Just use the Invoke-RestMethod and provide the full path to the link to the RSS feed.
Summary: Remove calendar events within an Exchange Online mailbox.
Is there an easy way to remove calendar events from within an Exchange Online mailbox?
Yes there is. There is a newly deployed cmdlet to Office 365 tenants: Remove-CalendarEvents. This cmdlet is currently only available in Exchange Online,