Tag Archives: Windows PowerShell

PowerShell may spoil command-line arguments when running external programs

Nowadays, Windows PowerShell is considered as a replacement of the classic Windows Console (Command Prompt) utility. In Windows 10, it can be set as a default console in Win+X menu In most cases, when you run command-line utilities from PowerShell and Command Prompt, they will behave exactly the same. However, we discovered that sometimes our command-line utilities work incorrectly when starting from PowerShell, while there… Read More »

Exporting event logs with Windows PowerShell

Do you need to automate error reporting based on recent events and don’t want to use third-party tools? This article describes how to collect events from different sources and unite them in one document using standard Windows instruments only. Recently I described how to export events into Excel format using our Event Log Explorer software. However, in some cases, using third-party software can be impossible.… Read More »