Guest blogger, Stephane van Gulick, continues his series about using Windows PowerShell and BitLocker together.
Gawad Kalinga (GK) is a local nonprofit in the Philippines with big dreams: it wants to end poverty in the country by 2024. To achieve this, the organisation works with households living on or below the poverty line on various fronts, including through education.
With the release of Windows Server 2016 TP2 a few weeks ago, I was wondering what new PowerShell cmdlets are now included (when you compare to Windows Server 2012 R2). However, the list of cmdlets is so long now that it is hard to spot the differences by hand.
However, there a cmdlet in PowerShell to show all the cmdlets available (Get-Command) and a little bit of programming would make it easy to find out what are the main differences. So I set out to collect the data and compare the list.
Use Windows PowerShell to determine the letter that a string begins with.