There’s one particular command that allows you output anything from shell to file, find that command and use with any commands like Get-Service or Get-Process. Does it behave differently than Export-CSV?
Programs often use CSV but don’t use comma for delimiter – try to exporting to CSV but change the delimiter
Can you print directly from shell? See if there are any commands available and if so, print some Event Logs!
Notes from the lesson
# Connects multiple commands into one # Output from former command is sent to latter #Some examples we've been using so far Get-Service get-service wuauserv,bits | Stop-Service Get-Service get-service wuauserv,bits |Start-Service Get-Service notepad get-process -name notepad | Stop-Process Get-EventLog -LogName Application -Newest 10 -EntryType Error | Export-Csv -Path .\eventlogs.csv .\eventlogs.csv # You might have noticed there's more information in CSV than in the output screen, that's by design. # Outputting to shell often has special formatting to limit the amount of output due to better redability Get-Service Get-Service | FT * #FT is an alias for Format-Table. We will talk about aliases and formatting output later on in the course, however when convenient I'll let you know the alias know # Why pipeline works? It's because it's an object # We have properties and methods Get-Service Get-Service | GM #GM Stands for Get-Member # Show that both commands use the same service type Help Get-Service -full Help Stop-Service -full # Pipeline is not only limited to matching by type, it will try match property names, types etc. #Reading files Get-Content .\eventlogs.csv Import-Csv .\eventlogs.csv