I am using a Powershell script to compress some files into a .zip file. My entire script looks like this: Write-Host "Creating Zip File... " -NoNewLine write-zip ("file1.txt", "file2.txt", ...
I'm new to Powershell. I have a need that I assumed that it would be perfect for. However, I've quickly come to the point where I feel I'm in over my head. Basically, I need to create a .zip file. I ...
I'm trying to zip all the files in a single directory to a different folder as part of a simple backup routine. The code runs ok but doesn't produce a zip file: $srcdir = "H:\Backup" $filename = ...
I'm trying to unzip a bunch of archives including the new xlsx files into a TMP folder and then work on that folder and then remove it. And shit just doesnt want to go my way. $spath = ...
Is there a one-liner that will zip/unzip files (*.zip) in PowerShell?