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comment Unzip File With Powershell in Server 2012 Core
Blog post derived from this answer
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comment How to zip/unzip files in Powershell?
related: Unzip with PS in Server Core
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comment How to zip/unzip files in Powershell?
Article with example based on related question
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comment How to zip/unzip files in Powershell?
+1 Linked article has useful Tasks unlike the most upvoted answer
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answered How do I install Windows Service on remote server
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comment Useful Command-line Commands on Windows
Already integrated higher up the vote count...
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comment Useful Command-line Commands on Windows
Windows, then "fea" also isolates it well.. (But +1)
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accepted How do I restore a Windows administrative hidden share
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comment How do I restore a Windows administrative hidden share
+1 for that being the answer both before and after the fact (I just wanted to yank people off the share)
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comment How do I restore a Windows administrative hidden share
You sure that takes care of making the permissions identical to what server would normally create though?
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comment How do I restore a Windows administrative hidden share
Cool. I has hoping there were cmdlets though :P (even pscx ones?) Your restarting server commandline would have been perfect before I removed the share (I wanted to kill the remote locks on files). I guess there are Win32_File stuff representing file locks. But thanks, that's great stuff.
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comment How do I restore a Windows administrative hidden share
I was really hoping for a command line way of getting there (and have retrospectively edited my question to include that), and having it done as Windows would do is important. (The other articles I alluded to say that "net share ADMIN$" doesnt need any extra info and will apply the correct permissions etc. Sadly all the MS KB articles want to talk about rebooting in 2009.
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