Windows: Open search index option GUI

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search index GUI is not an exe file. The GUI resides in an DLL. To open it you have to call it by rundll32

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Powershell: Passing an array to a script at command line

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starting point is a simple powershell shell script testarray.ps1:
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Powershell: Determine the image type (x64/x86) of an exe file

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based on this stackoverflow post I’ve written a powershell function to determine the image type of an Windows executable. The Powershells System.IO.FileSystemInfo type does not provide such an info.
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Powershell: md5sum and sha256sum Functions

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verifing of a file is often done by builting an MD5 or an sha256 hash over it.

Powershell has no “builtin” functions for this purposes.

So I wrote some 🙂
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Windows: Resolve Policy Registry Keys to Group Policy Editor Entries (and vice versa)

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in Windows, local group policies could applied through the Group Policy Editor or simply by setting the Registry Keys under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies and its equivalent in HKEY_CURRENT_USER.

Unfortunataly when just set the Registry Keys this isn’t shown in the GPO Editor and it’s hard to find the equivalent section and setting there.
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