Customizing PowerShell Output from Windows Search

Summary: Guest blogger, James O’Neill, discusses customizing Windows PowerShell output from his function to search Windows Index. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today James O’Neill provides his conclusion to this three part series on Note   This is Part Three of a three part series. In Part One, James talked about about building a query…


Search Windows Index with PowerShell: Helping with Input

Summary: Guest blogger, James O’Neill, uses Windows PowerShell to help users with input for searching the Windows Index. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today James O’Neill is back with Part Two. Note: This is Part Two of a three part series about using Windows PowerShell to search the Windows Index. Yesterday, James talked…


Build a Query to Search the Windows Index from PowerShell

Summary: Guest blogger, James O’Neill, discusses using Windows PowerShell to build a query to search the Windows Index. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today is Part One of three blogs written by guest blogger, James O’Neill. James O’Neill was born in the 1960s and used his first Microsoft product in the 1970s (and…


Hey, Scripting Guy! Weekend Scripter: Using the Windows Search Index to Find Specific Files

  Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson here. One of the cool things about using Windows PowerShell is the different objects with which you can interact. Windows Search is an example of this. By using ADO, you can query the Windows Search index and retrieve information about files. This technique can have some very interesting possibilities….

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Hey, Scripting Guy! Weekend Scripter: Querying the Windows Search Index

  Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson here. I finally had time to play around with querying Windows Search from within Windows PowerShell. I tried, back during the beta of Windows Vista, to do that, but I was unable to get it to work. It has been on my mind and on the back burner for…

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