PowerTip: Find PowerShell Aliases by Module

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to find aliases by module.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I easily find which modules expose aliases?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer Use the Get-Alias cmdlet and pipe the results to the Sort-Object cmdlet (Sort is an alias), for example:

Get-Alias | sort modulename -Descending

Comments (1)

  1. Suresh T says:

    Hi, Can anybody let me know the powershell command to add additional user in the existing users list on O365? For example i have some users who are added under -bookinpolicy parameter. I want to add one more new user to the list without disturbing the
    existings users. What is the command i have to use. The command set-CalendarProcessing aliasofroom -bookinpolicy @{add="emailaddress of new user"} did not work.

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