If you have ever played with the colors of your PowerShell window this will help you reset the colors to default Depending on what you changed something like below will reset your values
You get all of your data into Azure or your application uploads/creates directly into Azure storage and then someone asks you to download the files…. This script below will help you download your files.
Not recommended for production computers but this will get the WinRM working on a development computer. If you can’t connect due to access denied try this
Scenario, you’re on a Windows Server and don’t want to or can’t install a zip program. This script will help you create a zip file without any special program. Caveat: Currently this does not give you any kind of status so it could seem to be doing nothing for a while depending on the size …
Similar to CMD Telnet this PowerShell will test a port for you based on certain parameters. Reference: http://www.travisgan.com/2014/03/use-powershell-to-test-port.html
If you build virtual machines in Azure you may find this script useful. Currently it’s not the fastest it could likely be if you have a large subnet but it works for my needs. It mixes two resources to make what I needed. Resources: 1. List IP addresses in a range (Microsoft – https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/List-the-IP-addresses-in-a-60c5bb6b) 2. …
Prerequisite: Must have PowerShell 5.0 or higher This will backup all 3rd party drivers in a Windows based computer.