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Read-Only and Constant Functions

I recently wrote an article on read-only and constant variables. These options help protect variables from being overwritten in different ways. We can do this...

Read-Only and Constant Variables

Quick reminder: You can make variables in PowerShell read-only, or constant. I've written about this before, but it's time to cover it again for any...

AWS Service Acronyms

I work with some of the most intelligent people I may have ever met. It seems that a good deal of these brilliant minds focus...

Keeping a Continuous Total

There's a function stored in my $PROFILE (CurrentUserAllHosts). Maybe you've read about it before; it's come up. It's purpose is to go out to the...

PowerShellGet Find-Both

For years now, I've had a handful of personal functions living as a part of my $PROFILE script -- the CurrentUserAllHosts version. This specific profile...

Filled-In AD Notes Field

There's this thing that might happen. Even as it's unlikely, I've added a protection I'll probably never even need. I suppose I'd rather be complete...

Switch-Prompt 1.2.0

Back toward the end of March 2019, I published a script to the PowerShell Gallery called Switch-Prompt. It's a function, packaged as a .ps1 file,...

Get-History Modified

It was a couple of articles ago here at PowerShell.org, where I took an unused, leftover example I had sitting in a tab inside my...