Well, I’m introducing it to you if you haven’t received a proper introduction yet.. But that’s the only exception.
Hey. Welcome to Wiki Life Wednesday!
Today we’re going to take a look at a sweet Gallery script from Microsoft employee, Anil Erduran:
You can also check out Anil’s website here: anilerduran.com
Here is the script, which you can download from TechNet Gallery:
PowerWiki is a very simple module to search Technet Wiki content within the PowerShell Console.
The Module can be installed manually by downloading and extracting files in;
Now you can import the module with the following command:
The Module includes the single function “PowerWiki”. When you are working with your local PowerShell console, simply call the PowerWiki function with a keyword that you want to search for on Technet Wiki.
It pops-up Internet Explorer and goes to the exact wiki page.
Again, go check it out and download the script here, from TechNet Gallery:
Thanks to Anil for this fantastic solution, and make sure you check out TechNet Wiki. You know. Everyone’s wikiying. Only the non-Wikiers aren’t. They’re the only ones.