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PowerShell - Start-Service : Service 'x' cannot be started due to the following error: Cannot open x service on computer '.' ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 29 Aug 2015 | Views: 461 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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Processes can be controlled directly by the objects and methods of the .NET framework. You can launch any executable program in a directory named in the PATH environment variable simply by typing its name: ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 27 Aug 2015 | Views: 518 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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To convert a decimal number to its binary representation, supply a base of 2 to the [Convert]:: ToString() method. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 27 Aug 2015 | Views: 459 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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PowerShell supports mathematical tasks primarily through its support for the System.Math class in the .NET Framework. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 27 Aug 2015 | Views: 421 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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PowerShell allows you to return structured results from a command so that users can easily sort, group, and filter them. You can create Custom Objects with required properties or methods. Lets explore how to create the objects. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 26 Aug 2015 | Views: 487 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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One of the fundamental concepts in PowerShell is pipeline. It is a series of commands where the output of one becomes the input of the next, like a production assembly in a factory. It allows you to make refinements on output while being passed between the stages. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 26 Aug 2015 | Views: 443 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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The basic structure of a PowerShell function is : the Function keyword follows the name of the function, and after that the PowerShell script in braces. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 25 Aug 2015 | Views: 459 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 25 Aug 2015 | Views: 404 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Other, Community
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In Windows PowerShell 3.0, Job Scheduling cmdlets are available in the PSScheduledJob module, which let you run commands asynchronously in the background. This allows you to continue running commands at the command line while the background job runs. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 25 Aug 2015 | Views: 374 | Categories: Other, Community
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http://idreesdotnet.blogspot.com/2015/08/connect-sql-server-from-powershell.html ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 25 Aug 2015 | Views: 427 | Categories: Database (SQL Server), Community, C#
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