The Ultimate Powershell Telemetry Prompt

Jeffery Hicks might have taken things a bit too far:

Well, I knew I wouldn’t be satisfied. The other day I shared a PowerShell prompt function that could display telemetry like information for a few remote servers. One of the drawbacks was the limited amount of information I could display. I’ve revised that function and have a new version that displays additional information via a few performance counters. I’ve also reorganized the function to make it a bit more efficient. Want to see it?

My jokey lede aside, this is really cool. Click through for details and to get a link to the code.

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