Posts Tagged ‘Filter’


WMI Explorer 2014: Find, Search and Filter

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
When I originally designed the new version of the WMI Explorer I only wanted to add Find functionality. You know, like you do in any text editor. Type in an expression, it jumps to the first occurrence and the you hit Next, Next, Next until you get where you want to be. You can still do that of course, and if the focus is on the class list it will search that and if you put the focus on the property/method list, it will search that. F3 will go to the next hit and Shift F3 will go to theā€¦   More »


Thursday, June 11th, 2009 by Jeffery Hicks
Because PowerShell is all about the objects, I often point out to beginners to use the Select-Object cmdlet to see all the properties of an object and their values. get-process powershell | select * Using Get-Member is helpful to discover property names but sometimes you need to see a value to know which property or properties you really want to work with. That's where my Select-Object suggestion comes in. Unfortunately not every property is defined for every object so you can end up with a lot of empty properties. What I wanted was a way to only display properties for an object that have a value. Here's my solution.   More »