I need help in converting my vbscript to powershell

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  • #11471

    Hi Guys,

    Im new to powershell and i wanted some guide/ help in moving the below vbscript to powershell. The vbscript is just a normal script which does a quality check on a server

  • #11472
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    Don Jones
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    When you've got a massive script like that, please attach it as a TXT file rather than pasting it into the forums. You can edit your post, if you like, to attach your script, or add a post to this topic with the attachment.

    Also, you're going to have to be more specific. We obviously can't rewrite the script for you, and it's a bit tough to look at a giant script like that and offer any help, unless you have a specific question you'd like answered.

    You can start with http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee221101.aspx for a general conversion guide. PowerShell isn't a "scripting language," though, and simply "converting" a script isn't going to take advantage of what PowerShell is and does. It's often else work to simply start over, and you'll typically wind up with better results, too.

  • #11474

    oops im sorry, ill attach the script now in a txt file

  • #11475

    attaching the script as continuation

  • #11477

    i tried to do some part in powershell as part of my learning like

    Get-WmiObject Win32_ComputerSystem | select domain
    Get-WmiObject win32_localtime | select hour,minute,second
    gwmi win32_networkadapter -Filter 'netconnectionid = " lan port1"' | select speed

    i dont know how to find the duplex speed using powershell. Or you know how to find the IP address details etc

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