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PowerShell Import-CSV Cmdlet: Parse a Comma-Delimited CSV Text File

Learn how to easily parse a comma-delimited CSV text file with the PowerShell Import-CSV cmdlet.

Jun 16, 2015|Russell Smith



How to Use a PowerShell Foreach Loop

The PowerShell Foreach statement is useful when working with collections...

Oct 24, 2022|Ivan Mirchev


The Top 10 PowerShell Commands That You Should Know

In this guide, we’re going to detail the top ten...

Feb 17, 2022|Michael Reinders


How to Turn Off Cortana Daily Briefing Emails

If you do not want to receive the Cortana Daily Briefing email for yourself, your tenant, or a group of users - this is how you turn that off.

Mar 8, 2021|Brad Sams


Understanding Character Encoding in PowerShell

Working with strings in PowerShell is core to many different operations. With strings come the many different encodings that can be used. Learning to manipulate, understand, and use those encodings can make working with documents of different languages and types much easier to do.

Feb 23, 2021|Adam Bertram


How to Import and Export Delimited Files, like CSV, in PowerShell

The Export-CSV and Import-CSV cmdlets are exceptionally useful tools to both export data for consumption to other applications and to retrieve and import information from third-party data sources.

Nov 17, 2020|Adam Bertram

Office 365

Assigning Rights in a Sensitivity Label for External Communications with PowerShell

Rights Management and Protection Sensitivity Labels are built using Microsoft...

Nov 5, 2020|Tony Redmond

Active Directory

Most Useful PowerShell Cmdlets for Managing and Securing Active Directory

How to manage and secure Active Directory using PowerShell; I’ll look at the most useful PowerShell cmdlets and give examples of how to use them.

Sep 16, 2019|Russell Smith


Hiding Office 365 Groups Created by Teams from Exchange Clients

Teams now hides the Office 365 Groups that it creates from Exchange clients (Outlook, OWA, and the mobile apps). That's as it should be for groups created for new teams. If you want to hide groups created for older teams, you can run the Set-UnifiedGroup cmdlet, but that soon becomes boring when you might have hundreds of groups to process. PowerShell to the rescue once again.

Apr 5, 2018|Tony Redmond


Data Transformations with PowerShell Classes, Part 2

I’m having fun with this series and hope you are...

Sep 9, 2016|Jeff Hicks

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