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Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours Sams Teach Yourself

Using PowerShell Windows system administrators can streamline and automate virtually any task supercharging their productivity and effectiveness every single day Now in just 24 lessons of one hour or less you can learn how to leverage PowerShell's immense power even if you've never written a script before Each short easy lesson builds on all that's come before teaching PowerShell

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Customizing powershell font face and size Ask Question Asked 6 years 8 months ago you only have 3 font choices You can't have Comic Sans in your console app including Powershell In that guy's script he's setting the font with Set-ConsoleFont 28 Each font number has a predetermined height and width Just like when you change it in the GUI – Ryan Ries Oct 23 '13 at 21:09 It seems

Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours Sams Teach Yourself

Using PowerShell Windows system administrators can streamline and automate virtually any task supercharging their productivity and effectiveness every single day Now in just 24 lessons of one hour or less you can learn how to leverage PowerShell's immense power even if you've never written a script before Each short easy lesson builds on all that's come before teaching PowerShell

Protip December: Customize your Powershell profile

Protip December: Customize your Powershell profile November 27 2012 August 31 2015 Josh Reichardt Command Line Powershell Scripting Windows Powershell is great but is a little boring if anything out of the box with its drab white foreground and all It isn't exactly informative either so I wanted to show everybody a quick trick to customize this look and feel to make things look a

Creating User Contexts Customizing

Therefore type in iisreset into your PowerShell then check the UI after it has completed It should now look like this: Add User Contexts Using PowerShell Now that we have some new properties to play around with let's add some User Contexts! In the FAST PowerShell run the command Get-FASTSearchSearchSettingGroup

Customized PowerShell Startup

If you're like me and use Windows PowerShell frequently it might be worth looking at customizing your default PowerShell profile There are times where I may need to look back at previous scripts I've run -even long after the Shell window has closed That is why I use the Transcript function This feature logs all of the activity in every PowerShell session Since I have it using the

Customizing your PowerShell Environment Recap

Customizing your PowerShell Environment Recap Another great meetup thanks to all who came out! Dave started us out by showing us how he reverse engineered some encryption libraries and created a powershell wrapper to encrypt/decrypt some database rows thanks Dave! Matt McNabb showed us how to be more efficient in our everyday PowerShell Admin sessions using We went over Profile best

Your #Powershell Profile

Your #Powershell Profile 2015-05-28 23:56:44 Art of the DBA The first order of business with the profile is to use it for customizing your environment Since I am a SQL DBA I like to load up the SQLPS module and the SMO objects This means any time I'm in Powershell I've got the SQL Server cmdlets and objects ready to go Next up I have a function I wrote a while back for

My Customized Windows Terminal Settings json

This is just a very quick blog post to share my customized Windows Terminal settings json and it should give you an idea of how you can customize the Windows Terminal for your needs The new Windows Terminal for Windows 10 which is open-source and you currently can get

Automatically Customizing the PowerShell ISE on Startup

Automatically Customizing the PowerShell ISE on Startup Mike F Robbins June 29 2017 June 28 2017 1 This past weekend while at SQL Saturday Chattanooga I was asked if it was possible to have the PowerShell ISE (Integrated Scripting Environment) automatically open with a right/left split pane: Instead of the top/bottom default split pane: One thing to note is that by default the PowerShell

Customizing your PowerShell window colors

Customizing your PowerShell window colors Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest The information about the settings for your PowerShell's shell colors are stored in the object model at: System Management Automation Internal Host InternalHost and at System Management Automation Internal Host InternalHostRawUserInterface under the PrivateData

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For an example of how to configure your PowerShell profile script to import the posh-git module and create a custom prompt function that displays git status info see the Customizing Your PowerShell Prompt section below Note on performance: Displaying file status in the git prompt for a very large repo can be prohibitively slow

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Powershell profiles help us predefine variables/functions we use routinely and so we have them every time we launch Powershell Also we can distribute profile to force powershell on all machines have same behavior in a larget enterprise Powershell profile is not created automatically You can have four different profiles in Windows PowerShell

Customizing the Default User Profile in Windows 7 (Part 1)

So if you want your desktop computers to be in a supported configuration you now need to follow the new improved—and fully supported by Microsoft—method for customizing the default user profile This series of articles walks you through the steps involved in customizing the default user profile for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 explains how to use your customized profile as a

Using Statement: Import PowerShell Classes from Modules

Tested On: Windows PowerShell 5 0 5 1 6 0 0 9 6 0 0 10 PowerShell (Mac OS X) 6 0 0 9 Beginning in Windows PowerShell 5 0 you can create PowerShell classes in scripts and modules To create different versions of a class it's best to place the class in a module and use the versioning features of the module to create versions of your class

Setup Windows 10 For Chef and PowerShell DSC

Setup Windows 10 For Chef and PowerShell DSC Development I am in the process of writing up some blog posts about working with PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) and OpsCode Chef from a Windows Workstation / Windows Server perspective This first article will cover the steps required to setup a development environment for someone that is doing work with PowerShell Desired State

Customize New Twitter Layout

Customize New Twitter Layout Print View Mobile View Those who have used the new Twitter would have liked the fast new interface and features like Twitter Shortcuts but with the change your old customized profile may have also got spoiled Twitter's Profile Designer has still not been updated so you are stuck with the old layout design This can be irritating considering you might be

Random Software Blog (Mostly PowerShell): May 2007

PowerShell For PowerShell the prompt text is controlled by creating a function in your PowerShell profile file called prompt The profile file does not exist by default but PowerShell checks for it on start up This file should be created as : C:Documents and Settings My DocumentsWindowsPowerShellMicrosoft PowerShell_profile ps1

Customizing the PowerShell Environment

We'll review how to use aliases to create our own names for PowerShell cmdlets We will use PowerShell drives to dynamically create short names for provider locations Finally we'll discuss how to use all these features to customize PowerShell sessions on startup using a special script called a profile

Set up your Powershell Profile

Your profile can be as detailed or simple as you want Here I will show you a little bit on how to customize your environment There will be three files you will need to copy from here and paste into notepad++ and create the files 1) profile ps1 - get's created or over written in C:UsersYourLoginNameDocumentsWindowsPowerShell

Ultimate PowerShell Prompt Customization and Git Setup

Ultimate PowerShell Prompt Customization and Git Setup Guide Source control and Git keeps getting more and more important for both Developers and Operations guys Getting up and running with Git on MacOS or Linux is very easy as most things are built in There are also cool tools like oh-my-zsh to customize your prompt On Windows it's a bit of a different story Let's spend a little

Random Software Blog (Mostly PowerShell): May 2007

PowerShell For PowerShell the prompt text is controlled by creating a function in your PowerShell profile file called prompt The profile file does not exist by default but PowerShell checks for it on start up This file should be created as : C:Documents and Settings My DocumentsWindowsPowerShellMicrosoft PowerShell_profile ps1

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Speaker Profile Thomas Rayner ‍ Basic To Baller: Customizing Your PowerShell Prompt I'm one of those people who spends waaay too much time customizing my PowerShell prompt It's a heck of a rabbit hole Let me show you the cool stuff I've done to mine that people ask about every time they see it It's not just nice to look at but functional too EN English Thomas Rayner ‍ Sr

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About Profiles 11/30/2017 7 minutes to read In this article Short Description Describes how to create and use a PowerShell profile Long Description You can create a PowerShell profile to customize your environment and to add session-specific elements to every PowerShell session that you start A PowerShell profile is a script that runs when PowerShell starts You can use the profile as a

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