PowerTip: Save PowerShell Cmdlet Info as CSV File

PowerTip: Save PowerShell Cmdlet Info as CSV File

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Summary: Save Windows PowerShell cmdlet information as a .csv file.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I save information from a Windows PowerShell cmdlet as a .csv file so I can open it in Excel for processing?

Hey, Scripting Guy! AnswerPipe the Windows PowerShell cmdlet information to the Export-CSV cmdlet, specify the path to store the file,
          and use the –NoTypeInformation switch:

Get-Process | Export-Csv -Path c:\fso\proc.csv  –NoTypeInformation

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  • looks simple but powerful command