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Using PropertySets
Mar 28, 2020: With PropertySets, you control the visible default properties of your PowerShell functions. Learn how PowerShell makes sure users aren't overwhelmed with information.
Installed Software
Mar 27, 2020: Retrieve information about installed software and find out versions, uninstall strings, and more.
Validate Anything
Mar 27, 2020: Typecasts can be used to easily validate complex input such as IP addresses or dates. You may want to compliment this with simple pattern checks.
Testing Hacked Passwords
Mar 27, 2020: Secure passwords must be guaranteed to not be exposed to hackers and dictionary attacks. With a webservice, you can test any password safely for compromises.
Converting SecureStrings
Mar 27, 2020: SecureStrings can be converted to plain text. This can be useful to prompt with masked input boxes.
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