PowerTip: Display and Write Output

Summary: Learn to display output and write it to a text file.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question I need to display process output at the Windows PowerShell prompt and write that same output to a text file. How can I do this?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer Get-process | Tee-Object -FilePath c:\fso\proc.txt

Comments (3)

  1. Walid Toumi says:


    another variant:

    PS II> &{($a=gps);$a>g.txt}

  2. Ed Wilson says:

    @Walid Toumi very good. I like it. thanks for sharing!

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