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File System Security PowerShell Module 3.2.3

Source are available on CodePlex Download Introduction Managing permissions with PowerShell is only a bit easier than in VBS or the command line as there are no cmdlets for most day-to-day tasks like getting a permission report or adding permission to an item. PowerShell only offers Get-Acl and Set-Acl but everything in between getting and setting the ACL is missing. This module closes the gap. Documentation For documentation plese refer to: NTFSSecurity Tutorial 1 – Getting, adding and removing permissions NTFSSecurity Tutorial 2 – Managing NTFS Inheritance and Using Privileges Comments, feature requests and bug reports are very […]

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New features in Windows PowerShell 5.0

New features in Windows PowerShell Starting in Windows PowerShell 5.0, you can develop by using classes, by using formal syntax and semantics that are similar to other object-oriented programming languages. Class, Enum, and other keywords have been added to the Windows PowerShell language to support the new feature. For more information about working with classes, see about_Classes. In collaboration with Microsoft Research, a new cmdlet, ConvertFrom-String, has been added. ConvertFrom-String lets you extract and parse structured objects from the content of text strings. For more information, see ConvertFrom-String. A new module, Microsoft.PowerShell.Archive, includes cmdlets that let you compress files and […]

Getting Help

Windows PowerShell includes two basic types of help – command help and conceptual help – both of which can be accessed from the console using the Get-Help cmdlet. To retrieve a list of all available help topics simply type the following command:

  That will bring back a list similar to this: Once you have that list you can then get help on the specific topic by passing the topic name to Get-Help. For example, suppose you’d like more information about the Get-Member cmdlet. In that case, simply use that command:

  By default help appears in the console window […]

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New features in Windows PowerShell 4.0

Windows PowerShell 4.0 is backward-compatible. Cmdlets, providers, modules, snap-ins, scripts, functions, and profiles that were designed for Windows PowerShell 3.0 and Windows PowerShell 2.0 work in Windows PowerShell 4.0 without changes. Windows PowerShell 4.0 is installed by default on Windows® 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. To install Windows PowerShell 4.0 on Windows 7 with SP1, or Windows Server 2008 R2, download and install Windows Management Framework 4.0. Be sure to read the download details, and meet all system requirements, before you install Windows Management Framework 4.0. Windows PowerShell 4.0 includes the following new features. New features in Windows PowerShell Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) […]