PowerShell - February 2018

Merge folders with Windows PowerShell script

Detect changes and merge folders and files with PowerShell script
 
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When deploying application to specific location it is often required to deploy only few files and not the whole deployment package. For example, if you changed only single static image file in your ASP.NET WebApplication, there is no reason to overwrite bin folder content and cause WebApplication on IIS to restart. ... read more

Sending email with Gmail account using PowerShell script

Send email with your Gmail account login with PowerShell script
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Sending email after and even before a long running PowerShell script is a logical thing to do to notify users which are responsible for taking actions for the specific operation. PowerShell starting from version 3.0 has build in cmdlet Send-MailMessage for sending emails. ... read more

Use PowerShell to install SSL certificate on IIS

Importing PFX SSL certificate to IIS with PowerShell script
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Since Google announced HTTPS as ranking signal most of the websites now days are switching to secured communication via SSL certificates. Even I switched my website to HTTPS secured connection to follow up with this new trend. Using certificate on the website is related to domain binding, but even before we setup the domain binding for the website, we need to import the certificate to IIS ... read more

Get .NET Framework version installed on Windows using PowerShell

How to find out installed version of .NET Framework with PowerShell
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Finding out installed .NET Framework version on the host Windows OS is not an everyday job, but when it comes to deployments of the .NET application it is needed to check if the host supports targeting .NET Framework version. Starting from .NET Framework 4.5, Microsoft is storing .NET Framework version as a key in registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full\Release ... read more

Managing Windows Scheduled Tasks with Windows PowerShell

List, create and update Windows Scheduled Tasks with PowerShell
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Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler component is a standard part of Microsoft Windows operating system since Windows98. It allows schedulex execution of programs or scripts at specific pre-defined time or recurrent time interval. Repetitive creating and updating Windows Scheduled Tasks manually using Windows built in manager can be annoying ... read more

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