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Mar
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revised Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
Made cmdlet names more generic.
Jul
18
accepted Accessing IIS website over ad hoc wireless network
Jul
18
revised Accessing IIS website over ad hoc wireless network
More detail
Jul
18
comment Accessing IIS website over ad hoc wireless network
Sorry. I hadn't turned the firewall off. I failed to notice that there were 3 seperate profiles and I'd only turned it off for the domain profile. I turned it off for all and it was fine. I've now enabled the inbound rule for HTTP traffic and all is well.
Jul
18
comment Accessing IIS website over ad hoc wireless network
The firewall was on, which was really stupid of me. But even after turning it off I don't seem to be any closer. I've updated my question to answer your telnet question.
Jul
18
revised Accessing IIS website over ad hoc wireless network
More details to follow up on an answer.
Jul
17
asked Accessing IIS website over ad hoc wireless network
Jun
28
awarded  Benefactor
Jun
28
answered Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
Jun
28
accepted Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
Jun
28
comment Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
Thanks for the edit. This does seem like a very nasty limitation. It seems like the easiest way to fix is to get the custom script to output a status object, but it seems messy.
Jun
27
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Jun
27
revised Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
added 7 characters in body
Jun
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revised Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
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Jun
27
comment Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
It doesn't return anything. It prints status messages with WriteVerbose and errors with ThrowTerminatingError. Those are the things I want to log.