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comment Zipping only files using powershell
I've updated my answer - the $zipFilepath & $zipFilename weren't being joined correctly.
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revised Zipping only files using powershell
Code didn't concatenate paths correctly - fixed.
Dec
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comment Zipping only files using powershell
The set-content line adds the file header and creates a 0 byte file, ReadOnly = $false ensures we can copy files into the file.
Dec
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revised Zipping only files using powershell
Added filter to get-childitem to satisfy 'files only' requirement.
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answered Zipping only files using powershell
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answered email output of powershell script
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comment Trying to unzip a file with Powershell
Yes they are, and it does work if you rename the file extension to ZIP before trying to unpack it - not sure why xlsx aren't 'seen' as archives.
Sep
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answered Trying to unzip a file with Powershell
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comment How to add user to list of Remote desktop users on remote machine using Powershell?
I agree with Scott but if you did want to pursue the Powershell route then this would be a good place to start.
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comment SQL Connection String to access localhost\SQLEXPRESS
This is also a good resource that goes through the common gotcha's!
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comment SQL Connection String to access localhost\SQLEXPRESS
Have you enabled remote connections on the database? Check here to ensure that you have covered everything off (including firewall).
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answered Allow non-admin accounts to query ntfs quota information
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answered How do I set up an installation script including ODBC-connection?
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answered Delete files older that 2 days with some exceptions