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Summary: Learn how to find required parameters by using the Windows PowerShell Get-Command cmdlet in Windows PowerShell 3.0.
How can I find cmdlets in Windows PowerShell 3.0 that support the PassThru parameter?
Use the ParameterName parameter from the Get-Command cmdlet, as shown here.
Get-Command -ParameterName PassThru
For the ones that don't there's always Tee-Object =)
@Vern_Anderson Hi Vern! Yes, there is always Tee-Object ... I love that cmdlet because it really simplifies things. I no longer have to choose if I want console output, or variable output ... I can have both. I have written a number of Hey Scripting Guy blog articles about using Tee-Object social.technet.microsoft.com/.../en-US