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 Author René Hézser  Views 1290 View Original Article

Time for some PowerShell! Almost every PowerShell script need some configuration parameters. With this post I want to show one way, there are others ;-), to parse a config file in XML format and use the values later. The solution I’m going to show to you contains three files. A PowerShell script, a XML configuration file and a helper PowerShell file that contains a function to parse the config file. The config file contains<config> <hyperv dir="C:\Hyper-V\New_Server"> <r…
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