ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 21-February-2020

Topics include PowerShell Arrays, Monitoring your bandwidth, Azure Pipelines and more

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux

Building Arrays and Collections in PowerShell

by Joel Sallow on 15th February

Joel explained in detailed approach of building Arrays and Collections in PowerShell

Monitoring with PowerShell: Monitoring internet speeds

by @KelvinTegelaar on 16th February

Kelvin made the following PowerShell script that uses the CLI utility from speedtest.net in order to monitor and alert on

IntelliSense for Parameters

by @PowerTip on 17th February

You are a PowerShell Professional, passionate about improving your code and skills? You take security seriously and are always looking for the latest advice and guidance to make your code more secure and faster?

Running PowerShell Scripts in Azure DevOps Pipelines

by @adbertram on 18th February

Did you know you can natively run scripts like PowerShell in Azure DevOps (AzDo) pipelines? By using the tips and techniques you’ll learn in this article, you’ll be well on your way to scripting your way to automation greatness.

AzureRM PowerShell Commands that Don’t Exist when Enabling Compatibility Aliases in the Az Module

by Mike F. Robbins on 19th February

AzureRM PowerShell module is only supported until December of 2020. It has been replaced by the Az PowerShell module which was introduced in December of 2018

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

User MadBoyEvo shares a script he used to fix broken permissions on 50+ GPOs in one of his domains

Tweet of the Week

Turn PowerShell docs into “executable documents” with this.

Youtube: How to change creation, modified and accessed dates for files using PowerShell

In this video I show you how to modify the dates for the file attributes, Created, Modified and Access. This can be handy when creating test files for log rotation or for testing backups.