Category: PowershellinSheikvaraview

PowerShell: How to get a list of all installed Software on Remote Computers

WMI is a powerful feature. Remember that WMI is CMI and CMI is WMI. In this blog post I am going to play with WMI Objects on the local computer and on remote computers. If you want to do an inventory of all installed software in your active directory domain, then keep on reading my […]

via PowerShell: How to get a list of all installed Software on Remote Computers — SID-500.COM

Advertisements

Commanding your Philips Hue lights with PowerShell — Kloud Blog

A couple of years ago I bought a number of Philips Hue bulbs and put them in the living areas of my house. Typically we control them via the Hue App on our phones, or via the Google Assistant. This all works very well, but of course I’m a techie and have a bunch of […]

via Commanding your Philips Hue lights with PowerShell — Kloud Blog

PowerShell cmdlet of the Day : Clear-RecycleBin

Do you love sweets? I love them.  And there are some Powershell cmdlets those are tooo sweet like a sweet.

If you want to clear/ empty your recycle bin, there is a very sweet Powershell cmdlet available for it, which is Clear-RecycleBin .

Just run the cmdlet, and it will empty your recycle bin.  You can incorporate this cmdlet to your TEMP file cleaning scripts too.Clear-RecycleBin

If you just run the Clear-RecycleBin, it will ask you for Yes/No confirmation, you can –                        -Confirm:$falseto omit it.

Clear-RecycleBin -Confirm:$false

[bb1%255B4%255D.png]

Reference link – http://newdelhipowershellusergroup.blogspot.in/

Posted by Sheikvara

+919840688822, +919003270444