Powershell – How to use Transcripts to keep history of commands and output

The primary tool for logging Powershell activity has been the Start-Transcript cmdlet. Simply enter this cmdlet followed by a path and filename for the log file that you want to create. PowerShell will populate the log file with every subsequent command that is entered. Read More …

Stop CRON from sending email for each job

Scenario I have some cron jobs that run overnight on my Linux systems. Each of these jobs output information to Read More …

Output all file names of a folder to a text file using VBS or DOS

Sometimes, it is handy to output all the file names of a folder to a text file. This can be Read More …

Powershell – arrays and collections’s iteration

To fully leverage the power of Windows PowerShell, you need to know how to use a foreach loop to iterate Read More …

Four ways to use PowerShell to create Folders

It is possible to use the Directory .NET Framework class from the system.io namespace. To use the Directory class to Read More …

How to rip a Bluray to backup your favorite movies

NOTE: MakeMKV is a shareware program, that will block itself after a trial of 60-days. To reset this trial, just Read More …