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Dec
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comment Powershell enters foreach loop with null object
I get an output of "Hi" and my $Host.Version gives 3.2.0.2237
Dec
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asked Powershell enters foreach loop with null object
Dec
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revised Zipping only files using powershell
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Dec
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answered Zipping only files using powershell
Dec
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accepted Zipping only files using powershell
Dec
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comment Zipping only files using powershell
Sorry, it was my fault, I'd accidentally changed it to Test-Path-Path! That works great now.
Dec
10
comment Zipping only files using powershell
That looked good, but when I tried it nothing happened. I didn't get a zip file but I also didn't get any errors. Could you expand on what the Set-Content and ReadOnly = false lines do?
Dec
7
comment Zipping only files using powershell
@MDMarra - that works great, thanks. I've just realised that .Net 4.5 isn't supported on Server 2003! I might try calling a zip utility from the command-line, thanks for all your efforts.
Dec
7
comment Zipping only files using powershell
@MDMarra - Only up to 4, I'll install 4.5 and try again, thanks
Dec
7
comment Zipping only files using powershell
@MDMarra - I now get a "make sure that the assembly containing this type is loaded." error, I've tried "[System.AppDomain]::CurrentDomain.GetAssemblies()" but can't see a compression dll
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comment Zipping only files using powershell
@MDMarra - Yes, powershell 3 (developed on Win7, deployed on Server 2003), isn't that what the "-com shell.application" does? Or have I messed that up?
Dec
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asked Zipping only files using powershell
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accepted Security Group vs Distribution Group
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asked Security Group vs Distribution Group
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accepted Powershell delete files only from directory