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kayasax / Powershell Script Template.ps1
Last active Dec 22, 2015
Template for powershell script. Makes all errors "terminating" and send mail if error occurs
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# Templata.ps1
# author: Loic MICHEL
# date: 10/09/2013
# abstract: make all errors terminating errors and send email + raise event in case of failure
#
[CmdletBinding()]param(
)
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kayasax / SchedulerService.ps1
Created Sep 20, 2013
Import & export of scheduled tasks using scheduler service
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# create task from its xml definition
$sch = New-Object -ComObject("Schedule.Service")
$sch.connect("computername")
$root=$sch.GetFolder("\")
$root.CreateFolder("subfolder")
$folder =$sch.GetFolder("\subfolder")
#import .xml
Get-childItem -path $task_path -Filter *.xml | %{
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kayasax / parameters.ps1
Last active Jun 14, 2017
Exemple d'usage de PARAMETER
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[CmdletBinding()] #make script react as cmdlet (-verbose etc..)
param(
[Parameter(Position=0, Mandatory=$true,ValueFromPipeline = $true)]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[System.String]
$service,
[Parameter(Position=1)]
[System.string]
$computername="local"
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kayasax / replace.ps1
Created Feb 12, 2015
replace a version number
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# replace versionnumber="xxx" whith versionnumber="yyy"
(gc C:\temp\config.xml) -replace '(newversion=)".*"' ,'$1"yyy"' # if you want to save the file add |sc c:\temp\config.xml
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kayasax / substring.ps1
Created Mar 19, 2015
Extraire une chaîne de caractères via regex
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#exemple pour extraire une adresse IP
$ipaddress=[regex]::match($awsoutput,"\b\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\b").Value
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kayasax / array2csv.ps1
Created Apr 13, 2015
powershell Array collection to CSV
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$col=@()
#...
# instead adding an hashtable to the collection, we convert it to psobject
$prop=@{"serveur"="$computername";"nom"="$n";"programme"="$p";"arguments"="$a"; "xml"="$x"}
$col+= new-object -type pscustomobject -property $prop
#this allow us to export data to csv
$r |select serveur,nom,programme, arguments,xml |export-csv -path c:\temp\tasks.csv -notype -delimiter ';' -append
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kayasax / CleanDir.ps1
Created Apr 29, 2015
Conserver les X fichiers plus récents d'un répertoire
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#combien d'éléments à sauvegarder ?
$limit=5
ls $SourceDir |sort lastwritetime -desc |select -skip $limite # | remove-item
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kayasax / removeEmptyLines.ps1
Created Apr 29, 2015
Suppression de lignes vides après un split
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# some ways to remove empty lines when splitting strings
# for example
# $text = "Video Video Audio Audio VBI VBI"
# $text.Split()
# outputs this
# Video
# Video
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kayasax / parsingLines.ps1
Created Apr 29, 2015
Comment parser un fichier organisé "en lignes" plutôt qu'en "colonnes"
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<#
PARSING (log) files.
when log files contains several colums on the same line we can use importfrom-csv
but how to do when log files is organized 'by lines' ?
example
Name: ENC1
IPv4 Address: 172.16.2.101
Link Settings: Forced, 100 Mbit, Full Duplex
Name: ENC2
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kayasax / legacyapps.ps1
Created Apr 29, 2015
Lancer des exécutables DOS depuis powershell
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# running dos command with lengthy parameters may sometimes be difficult to run from powershell
# one easy step that may correct the problem is to call cmd.exe /c before calling the command :
# this will not work
# & c:\windows\handle.exe /accepteula .d1 > C:\upf\logs\backup\handle.txt
# this is OK
start-process -Wait -NoNewWindow cmd.exe "/c handle.exe .d1 > C:\upf\logs\backup\handle.txt"
# starting at PS V3.0 we can also use the escape operator : --% ( will stop powershell resolving variables except cmd ones like %computername% )
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