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Get the latest WMF5

Michael Greene tweeted the following a few days ago

I love his idea and his code shows a few awesome tricks I ignored:

I propose the following improvements: 109 more words


Geolocalization field

SharePoint 2013 has a hide field that allows to show a geolocalization position in a Bing maps. Is possible to add this field to any list or library by Powershell, but it’s not posible to add it by the user interface. 321 more words

Sharepoint 2013

getting started with Powershell

get started with POWERSHELL learning with best.. The invertor himself Jeffery Snover


#PowerShell-Clever Parameter Validation

In PowerShell functions with parameters, make sure you tell PowerShell what kind of values the parameter expects.

In a simple example, you could ask for a weekday: 174 more words


Current Directory => You are here

A wise man once said “wherever you go, there you are”. I think we can be fairly certain this man was not a programer. Sometimes it takes a little extra effort to figure out exactly where we are. 137 more words


PowerShell script to list installed software on local computer

Originally posted @ http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/yli628/archive/2008/01/16/powershell-script-to-list-installed-software-on-local-computer.aspx

As you might guessed, the best place to find currently installed software is from the place that stores information about how to uninstall it – the HKLM:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall registry key. 135 more words


I Can Do That With 1 Line of PowerShell: Installed Software


Ying Li has a cool PowerShell Script to list installed Software on a local computer HERE.

When I looked at it and thought to myself, I can do that with 1 line (if I cheat a little).  91 more words