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Introducing the Display-Object Cmdlet

Phil Factor has a bit of Powershell for us:

How do you list all the objects and values within a PowerShell object, investigate an object or explore its structure? There must be a simple way. I used to use ConvertTo-JSON. This is fine up to a point but what if you just wish to search for strings or look for objects with a cartain name or value? What if you need their path so you can reference them? It isn’t plain-sailing. In the ISE, the intellisense will help you a lot but I want more and I want to do it in script rather than the IDE

Read on to check it out and get a copy of the cmdlet.

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