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Automation with Batch Files
If you're familiar with MS-DOS at all, you'll recall that it's a command-driven operating system that performs functions issued at the C:> prompt. The only way to get an MS-DOS computer to do somet ...
Posted:2008-07-27, 2061 views

For Loop in DOS Batch
In batch scripting, you can use a for loop to iterate over a set of values or files. The for loop in batch files has different variations, such as for /F, for /R, and for %%variable. I'll show you an ...
Posted:2023-05-25, 34 views

Using @ in Batch Files
In a batch file, the at sign (@) is used as a prefix before a command to suppress its output from being displayed on the console. When a command is prefixed with an at sign, only the output generated ...
Posted:2023-05-25, 35 views

PowerShell and Group Policy
Windows Group Policy is a powerful tool that enables administrators to manage and configure settings for users and computers in a network environment. PowerShell, on the other hand, is a command-line ...
Posted:2023-04-21, 105 views

Using the Pipeline
PowerShell is a powerful scripting language that comes with Windows operating systems. One of its most useful features is the pipeline, which allows you to pass objects from one command to another. In ...
Posted:2023-04-11, 90 views

Remoting with PowerShell
PowerShell is a powerful tool that can be used to automate administrative tasks on Windows systems. One of its key features is the ability to remotely execute commands on other computers, making it an ...
Posted:2023-03-13, 79 views

Crawling the Web with PowerShell
To crawl links on the internet using PowerShell, you can use the Invoke-WebRequest cmdlet. Here is an example script that can be used as a starting point: # Define the starting URL to crawl $url = ...
Posted:2023-02-23, 128 views

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