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Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to create a system restore point on your computer.
How can I use Windows PowerShell to create a system restore point on my computer before I perform an operation that might corrupt it?
Open the Windows PowerShell prompt with Admin rights, call the Checkpoint-Computer cmdlet, and pass a description, for example:
Checkpoint-Computer -Description 'test'
Is this just for version 4.0? How would I find that out in the future for different cmdlets? I know I can start PS in a different version but why doesn't it show in Get-Help (or does it)?
there was following solution in greg zakharov's twitter:[code][void]([wmiclass]'\\.\root\default:SystemRestore').CreateRestorePoint('Description', 7, 100)[/code]but now his page is not available
Get-Help Checkpoint-Computer -Online - It's available for version 3.0 and 4.0.