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PowerShell Cheat Sheet Import, Export, Convert

Export-CliXML Import-CliXML
Common cmdlets CommonCommon
Aliases

gcm
Aliases
Get-Command
cd, chdir, sl Set-Location
ConvertTo-XML ConvertTo-HTML cat, gc, type Get-Content foreach,% Foreach-Object
Export-CSV Import-CSV ac Add-Content sort Sort-Object
ConvertTo-CSV ConvertFrom-CSV sc Set-Content where, ? Where-Object
Basic Commands copy, cp, cpi Copy-Item diff, compare Compare-Object
del, erase, rd, ri, rm, rmdir Remove-Item dir, ls, gci Get-ChildItem
Cmdlet Commands built into shell written in .NET Flow Control mi, move, mv Move-Item gi Get-Item
Functions Commands written in PowerShell language
si Set-Item copy, cp, cpi Copy-Item
Parameter Argument to a Cmdlet/Function/Script If(){} Elseif(){ } Else{ }
ni New-Item move, mv, mi Move-Item
Alias Shortcut for a Cmdlet or Function while(){}
sleep Start-Sleep del, rm Remove-Item
Scripts Text files with .ps1 extension For($i=0; $i -lt 10; $i++){}
sajb Start-Job rni, ren Rename-Item
Applications Existing windows programs Foreach($file in dir C:\){$file.name}
compare, diff Compare-Object fFt Format-Table
Pipelines Pass objects Get-process word | Stop-Process 1..10 | foreach{$_}
group Group-Object fl Format-List
Ctrl+c Interrupt current command
curl, iwr, wget Invoke-WebRequest gcim Get-CimInstance
Left/right Navigate editing cursor
Comments, Escape Characters measure Measure-Object cat, gc, type Get-Content
Ctrl+left/right Navigate a word at a time
nal New-Alias sc Set-Content
Home / End End Move to start / end of line #Comment Comment
rvpa Resolve-Path h, history, ghy Get-History
Up/down Move up and down through history <#comment#> Multiline Comment
rujb Resume-Job ihy, r Invoke-History
Insert Toggles between insert/overwrite mode "`"test`"" Escape char `
set, sv Set-Variable gp Get-ItemProperty
F7 Command history in a window `t Tab
shcm Show-Command sp Set-ItemProperty
Tab / Shift-Tab Command line completion `n New line
sort Sort-Object pwd, gl Get-Location
` Line continue gm Get-Member
sasv Start-Service
Variables saps, start Start-Process sls Select-String
Parameters sujb Suspend-Job cd, chdir, sl Set-Location
$var = "string" Assign variable cls, clear Clear-Host
wjb Wait-Job
$a,$b = 0 or $a,$b = 'a','b' Assign multiple variables -Confirm Prompt whether to take action ?, where Where-Object
$a,$b = $b,$a Flip variables -WhatIf Displays what command would do echo, write Write-Output Arrays Objects
$var=[int]5 Strongly typed variable
Assignment, Logical, Comparison $arr = "a", "b" Array of strings
Help $arr = @() Empty array
=, +=, -=, ++,-- Assign values to variable $arr[5] Sixth array element
Get-Command Get all commands -and, -or, -not,! Connect expressions / statements $arr[-3..-1] Last three array elements
Get-Command -Module RGHS Get all commands in RGHS module -eq, -ne Equal, not equal $arr[1,4+6..9] Elements at index 1,4, 6-9
Get-Command Get-p* Get all commands starting with get-p -gt, -ge Greater than, greater than or equal $arr[1] += 200 Add to array item value
Get-help get-process Get help for command -lt, -le Less than, less than or equal $z = $arA + $arB Two arrays into single array
Get-Process | Get-Member Get members of the object -replace “Hi” -replace “H”, “P” [pscustomobject]@{x=1;z=2} Create custom object
Get-Process| format-list -properties * Get-Process as list with all properties -match, -notmatch Regular expression match (Get-Date).Date Date property of object
-like, -notlike Wildcard matching
-contains, -notcontains Check if value in array
Scripts -in, -notin Reverse of contains, notcontains. Writing output and reading
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Bypass Set execution policy to allow all scripts "This displays a string" String is written directly to output
."\\c-is-ts-91\c$\scripts\script.ps1” Run Script.PS1 script in current scope Write-Host "color" -ForegroundColor Red -NoNewLine String with colors, no new line at end
&"\\c-is-ts-91\c$\scripts\script.ps1" Run Script.PS1 script in script scope $age = Read-host "Please enter your age" Set $age variable to input from user
.\Script.ps1 Run Script.ps1 script in script scope $pwd = Read-host "Please enter your password" -asSecureString Read in $pwd as secure string
$profile Your personal profile that runs at launch Clear-Host Clear console