Posts Tagged ‘Cache’


WMI Explorer 2014: Connect to remote computers.

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
As promised here are some more details on the new version of the WMI Explorer. One of the main flaws of the old versions was that it only worked on the current machine. With the 2014 version you can connect to any other computer in your network. Of course you will have to make sure you have sufficient rights to access WMI remotely. Just click on the connect button the first time you connect to a remote machine. Enter the remote machine’s name and add your user id and password. That’s it. Once you have connected successfully to a remote…   More »

What to do when you install a new version of PowerShell?

Monday, February 25th, 2013 by David Corrales
Some of you may have already encountered this. You upgraded your system to PowerShell 3.0, 4.0, or 5.0 and you want PrimalScript or PowerShell Studio to recognize the new version of PowerShell. This article addresses that very question. You can accomplish this by following the steps outlined below. This article will also cover the case where you add a new module or snapin as well. Updating PrimalScript & PowerShell Studio: Step 1: Registering the dependent controls. NOTE:  In PowerShell Studio 4.2.89 and later, this step is done automatically. Skip to step 2. You will need to register the dependent PowerShell controls for the…   More »

Developing PowerShell scripts for other machines (Part 1)

Monday, October 15th, 2012 by Alex Riedel
One of the challenges you face while developing any PowerShell script is that modules that reside on your target platform are not available on your local computer. Just as an example, try installing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 modules on your 32 bit Windows XP/Vista/7/8 machine. It just won’t work. PrimalScript 2012 and SAPIEN PowerShell Studio 2012 now support a mechanism which allows you to do that. As a first step you need to get the PowerShell cache information our products use from your target machine. To make this as simple as possible, we packed all the files required into a zip…   More »