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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 ...

Using PowerShell to View and Remove Wireless Profiles in Windows 10 – Part 2

Summary: Using Measure-Command to determine the fastest approach to a solution. Last week we were having some fun using PowerShell as a wrapper around the NetSh.exe command's output. We were left at a decision point. Which way to go? A For loop to clean up the data, which worked fine or Regular Expressions. Although both work which was ...

Discover relationships by using Group-Object in PowerShell

Summary: Learn how to use one of the most basic Windows PowerShell cmdlets, the Group-Object cmdlet, to see relationships among different objects. There are some things in life that just seem to always go together: jasmine flowers and green tea, scones and English breakfast tea, or even peanut butter and apples. In the world of Windows ...

Additional resources for text analysis by using PowerShell

Summary: This is a summary of some of the additional resources for working with text and Windows PowerShell. Good day. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. So, here's the deal. We are going along and decide to write a simple Windows PowerShell script. Before we know it, the thing has morphed into dozens of lines. And, also before we ...

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