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Blog of Microsoft Premier Field Engineer Ashley McGlone featuring PowerShell scripts for Active Directory.

Update available for PowerShell Get-Help cmdlet

Update available for PowerShell Get-Help cmdlet

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Now Get-Help goes to the next level.  I don't know why they waited so long to add this.

You have already installed the update for Get-Help.  It was delivered via Windows Update several months ago.  I could post the usual links and long-winded explanation, but instead I’ve attached a short script that will demo the new functionality for you.  Simply save the script attached to this blog post and run it (.\New-GetHelp.ps1).  The demo works best when run from a full-screen console rather than the ISE.

When you download the file from IE it will be flagged as “remote” and will likely be blocked by the “RemoteSigned” execution policy.  You may need to unblock the file in Explorer.  (Right-click, Properties, Unblock).


Attachment: New-GetHelp.p-s-1.txt

Can you help me?  Yes!

If you would like to have me or another Microsoft PFE visit your company and assist with the ideas presented in this blog post, then contact your Microsoft Premier Technical Account Manager (TAM) for booking information.

For more information about becoming a Microsoft Premier customer email PremSale@microsoft.com.  Tell them GoateePFE sent you.

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    I scrolled down too far :( D*** my inquisitivity - I should learn to just execute scripts instead of checking them out first!

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