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Just wrap the print in a condition check if len(wanted_line[:-1]) > 0: print(wanted_line[:-1])


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According to Wikipedia, HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG is an alias to the path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Hardware Profiles\Current So try \registry\machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Hardware Profiles\Current\Software\E [1 7] and see if that works better. If it still doesn't work, you might like to try another technique; registry permissions can be ...


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I can only give you a partial answer: The Preferences are XML files. You can find the corresponding file here: \\YOUR_DOMAIN\SYSVOL\DOMAIN_NAME\Policies\ID_OF_THE_GPO\Machine\Preferences\Printers\Printers.xml and you'll find something like that: As you can see, the filters are in the <Filters> node: so, you can create them with a script/editor for ...


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$errored=$false try { Add-ADGroupMember -Identity $SomeGroupName $SomeComputer } catch { $errored=$true Write-Output "$SomeComputer does not exist in AD,$_" | Tee-Object $errorLogFileName -Append } if ( $errored == $false) { #either accept the computer is added to $SomeGroupName or delete it back out now that you know $someComputer exists }


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When you run a Shell/Bash script, the execution of the script is a process. When the script runs other programs, these are also processes. If you run other scripts from your script, depending on how you run them, they may also be their own processes. For example, if you run ./install.sh and the content is: #!/bin/bash ... ... ... Then you will have a bash ...


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If you have Git available and are OK with the constraint of not being able to use underscores in the key names, you can use git config as a general-purpose INI parser / editor. It will handle parsing out the key/value pair from around the = and discard insignificant whitespace, plus you get comments (both ; and #) and type coercion basically for free. I ...


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