Plot Graph in Powershell console
* Color-coded output depending upon the Value of the Datapoint; Above or below predefined thresholds
* Display custom information on X and Y-Axis labels
* A Graph in the console that is independent and fully customizable, not like Task Manager’s (no need to switch to Performance Tab) and,
* Could be easily used in any Powershell script to monitor performance on any defined parameter, which I see as the biggest benefit of the function.
* Function consumes data points, generated during script execution or Pre-stored data like from a file or database.
3 ways to store and display PowerShell Variable simultaneously
Video Tutorial In order to write less code or to write better one-liners in Powershell, I often find one of these PowerShell Variable assignment techniques useful, and let me know if…
URL Encode and Decode with PowerShell
Changing a URL candidate to valid ASCII format is called URL Encoding and can be done like in the below image using System.Web.HttpUtility class in .Net framework. You can also perform its reverse which is call URL Decoding.
Query Port Information using Powershell
Have you ever googled a port number to figure out what service uses it? I think every system administrator must have done this. But what if there are a lot of port to search?
So I thought giving it try with PowerShell if we can use the shell to pro-grammatical get port information of lots of port numbers.