Tag Archives: Powershell

  1. #PowershellBasics: The WHERE clause

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    November 9, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    Sometimes when you are trying to figure something out you run across something really interesting. In this case I discovered …
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  2. #PowershellBasics: Select the columns in the output.

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    November 4, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    After my post last week on sorting the list, I now have a list of files, sorted in the right …
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  3. #PowershellBasics: Sort a list

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    October 26, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    In my last post I grabbed a file list but I really need it sorted alphabetically. Now, I’ve been a …
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  4. #PowershellBasics: Get a list of files from a directory.

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    October 21, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’ve got a project I’m working on at the moment and it includes a number of elements from my recent …
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  5. #PowershellBasics: Adding data to a string using subexpressions.

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    October 14, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’m working on a project right now where I want to add the date/time to the end of a filename. …
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  6. #PowershellBasics: Bulk insert.

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    September 21, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    In my last post I talked about invoke-sqlcmd. It’s a nice easy way to run a query or a .sql …
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  7. #PowershellBasics: Finding a common AD group for a set of users.

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    June 17, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    A while back (almost 7 years 😲) I wrote a post on finding the common AD groups of a set …
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  8. #PowershellBasics: Writing to the screen

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    May 20, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    Writing to the screen is a really basic debugging technique. That said, since I’m really new with Powershell this is …
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  9. #PowershellBasics: Comments and comment based help

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    May 13, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’ve talked about SQL Server comments before and how important they are. In PowerShell comments are important for all the …
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  10. #PowershellBasics: Setting a variable vs a comparison.

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    April 27, 2021 by Kenneth Fisher

    In SQL Server both the set and equality functions are handled by the equals sign (=). For example: Set Equality …
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