Powershell Commands List

Powershell commands are segregated and differentiated according to its uses in this post, so this post will be useful for those who are reading the powershell commands list. There are many powershell commands which are mostly useful according to the Microsoft services, so in this post all the powershell commands…

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Powershell Command : Get-ChildItem

Get-ChildItem : It was used to get the items in one or more locations. Get-ChildItem Description : The Get-Childitem cmdlet was used to get specific items through the powershell or it can also be used to browse the directories. That location could be a directory, a sub-directory, a registry location. This is…

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Powershell Command : Set Location

Set-Location : It was used to set the current working directory in the powershell. Set-Location Description : The Set-Location cmdlet was used to set the current working directory in the powershell. That location could be a directory, a sub-directory, a registry location. This is one of the most useful command…

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Powershell Command : Set-AuthenticodeSignature

Set-AuthenticodeSignature : This cmdlet was used to set the Authenticode signature in a file. Set-AuthenticodeSignature Description : The Set-AuthenticodeSignature cmdlet was used to set the authenticode signature of the associated file, if that file supports Subject Interface Package (SIP). Set-AuthenticodeSignature Syntax : Parameter Set: ByPath Set-AuthenticodeSignature [-FilePath] <String[]> [-Certificate] <X509Certificate2>…

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Powershell Command : Get-AuthenticodeSignature

Get-AuthenticodeSignature : This cmdlet was used to get the Authenticode signature in a file. Get-AuthenticodeSignature Description : The Get-AuthenticodeSignature cmdlet was used to get the authenticode signature of the assosciated file, if the file was not signed then the fields will blank. Get-AuthenticodeSignature Syntax : Parameter Set: ByPath Get-AuthenticodeSignature [-FilePath]…

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Powershell Command : Set-Alias

Set-Alias : It was used for create or change the alias from one cmdlet to another. Set-Alias Description : The Set-Alias cmdlet is used for creating or changing an alias cmdlet, such as a function, a script, a file, or other executable. You need to add these changes or save…

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Powershell Command : New-Alias

New-Alias : It was used for creating new alias. New-Alias Description : The New-Alias cmdlet is used for creating new alias in the current session of the Powershell. The alias created by this cmdlet was not saved by default, you need to export the alias to a file and once…

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Powershell Command : Import-Alias

Import-Alias : Used to Import a list of alias from a file. Import-Alias Description : The Import-Alias cmdlet is used to import the aliases(alternate names for executable files and commands) and will overwrite the existing alias cmdlets. To overwrite the default alias cmdlets you need you need to use the…

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Powershell Command : Get-Alias

Get-Alias : Used to get the aliases for the specific command. Get-Alias Description : The Get-Alias cmdlet is used to get the aliases(alternate names for executable files and commands) for the current session. While trying to get the aliases in the current sessionit will also includes the bulilt-in aliases. You…

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