How to save command output to a file using PowerShell

PowerShell command to file

PowerShell is a command-line shell designed specifically for system administrators. It helps administrators manage and automate the administration of Windows operating systems and the apps that run on them. PowerShell provides the ability to save the output of commands you run in it to a file that you can later view, analyze, and share with ... Read more

Monitor Processes With Windows PowerShell

Maybe you have already come across applications that require you to rearrange things on your desktop for optimal visibility or which you only use in combination with other programs or items - an automated startup or rearrangement would come in handy in those situations. Monitor Processes with  PowerShell The following little PowerShell script allows just ... Read more

How to Call Functions in Powershell (Windows)

Functions in Powershell are called without any comma or parenthesis, although they are defined using them. The correct way to call a function with two variable parameters would be: test $local1 $local2 The wrong way is: test($local1, $local2) If you put parentheses around your parameters, your input is treated as an array and thus the ... Read more

How to Execute PowerShell Scripts Without Pop-Up Window

PowerShell scripts are hard to run without any kind of popup. Without using the small workaround that I will show you here, it may even be impossible. Even if you specify the -WindowStyle Hidden switch - this will only result in the PowerShell window blinking up for a split second and disappearing afterward. You can ... Read more

How to Change Your IP Address in Windows Using PowerShell

Set IP address with PowerShell

You may know how to change the IP address via the GUI. It's pretty simple. Just go to Control Panel > Network and Internet, select the IPv4 properties and change the IP address. The whole process takes about a minute. But what if you have to do this on multiple systems and repeat all these ... Read more

Windows Powershell – “Running scripts is disabled on this system”

PowerShell

Powershell scripts can be run on any Windows server or desktop as long as they are run from the ISE by pushing the green play button. As soon as you want to run it from the cmd or the desktop file you'll get this error: script1.ps1 cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on ... Read more

Save List of Services to a File using PowerShell in Windows 10

List services using PowerShell

Microsoft Windows services allow running long-running applications in the background. When the computer is booted, the services start automatically and continue running until the computer is turned off, but you can also pause and disable the service. The Windows Services application lists all services, including those that are running and those that are stopped. If ... Read more

How to Find the Security Identifier (SID) of Any User in Windows 10

Get Windows User SID

SID or Security Identifier is defined as a string value, which is associated with every single Windows user account. Just like the user account name, SID is also another parameter to recognize a user account in Windows 10. You can grant special privileges to certain user accounts or you can restrict the activities of certain ... Read more