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How to execute a script from a Windows Form and capture the output in a text box
We often get asked how to execute an external script from a Windows Form and capture the output in a text box. This example shows how to accomplish this in just a few steps with PowerShell Studio.
How to work with resizing forms and anchoring controls
Developing a Windows GUI application requires an understanding of the Microsoft .NET Framework, which is a broad topic that has been documented by Microsoft Corporation.
PowerShell Studio provides the necessary controls to develop a Windows application with PowerShell, but extra effort is needed to complete building the GUI application; this is where you can leverage the Microsoft Documentation on Windows Forms.
How to use the Export Cache Command-line Tool
In a previous article we covered working with a remote system and we mentioned the Cache Export process. This process provides IntelliSense to modules that are not on your system.
When the earlier series was published, the available tool was CacheExport.exe, which is a GUI application that assists with exporting modules and makes them accessible in the Object Browser and also in the Cache Editor.
The Return of the File Browser
Back in the lost ages of pre-internet dawn, PrimalScript sported a File Manager panel which enabled users to quickly open, rename and copy files on their hard drive without having to switch to another application. Over the years this particular panel became less and less important as screen sizes increased, multi-monitor support became prevalent and Admins spent much more time in Windows File Explorer anyway.