Build Better Scripts with PowerShell ArrayLists and Arrays

Learn about PowerShell Arrays, ArrayLists, and Collections as well as some best practices when applying them with PowerShell.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

6 min. read

How to Build a PowerShell Form Menu for your PowerShell Scripts

It's weekend project time again and today you will learn how to build a lightweight system tray PowerShell form menu where you can quickly and easily launch your most coveted PowerShell scripts. You can see below the end result.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

6 min. read

Dynamic Tab Completion with PowerShell ArgumentCompleters

A handy PowerShell feature most people take advantage of is parameter value tab completion. Parameter value tab completion allows you to tab through available values you can pass to PowerShell commands.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

5 min. read

Managing CSV Files in PowerShell with Import-Csv

The PowerShell Export-Csv cmdlet and the PowerShell Import-Csv cmdlets allow administrators import CSVs via foreach loop, use Export-Csv to append CSVs and export arrays to a CSV file and a whole lot more.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

7 min. read

Invoke-Expression: The Universal PowerShell Executor Cmdlet

Understand the pros and cons of frequently used cmdlets so that you are implementing them in a way that sets yourself up for success.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

4 min. read

How to Check Windows Server Uptime

Windows uptime is a measurement that many server administrators use to troubleshoot day-to-day issues that may arise in the environment. In this article, you're going to learn all the ways to check Windows Server and Windows 10 uptime. You're free to use whichever way is easiest for you. Use this article as a future reference.

Nathan Kasco Avatar Nathan Kasco

5 min. read

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