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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
I need to check to see if a key in the registry exists on multiple computers. The path is HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer and I am checking to see if NoDriveTypeAutorun (REG_DWORD) exists. this is what I have so far: $Computers = get-content C:\Scripts\Computers.txt foreach ($Computer in $Computers) { $Registry_Key = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer" Get-ItemProperty -ComputerName $Computer -path "$Registry_Key" -name NoDriveTypeAutorun } I need this done as quickly as possible. Thank you!!!
Skills: Microsoft Windows Powershell Windows PowerShell Scripting
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
We've got a Python Flask app that needs to be packaged on Windows so it can be run with one click (as an exe). The app uses MongoDB, a bunch of JS, and needs to include all the templates Flask uses. Python is not assumed to be installed, definitely not on the path, and neither is MongoDB. Skills: Windows packaging, python, Flask
Skills: Windows PowerShell Flask MongoDB
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $25 - Posted
Need a script written in Powershell for Windows 10 to change the screen orientation. The script should be able to: 1) Get the current screen orientation 2) Set the screen orientation (either Portrait, Landscape, Portrait(Flipped), Landscape(Flipped).
Skills: Microsoft Windows Powershell
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need GUI to schedule copy and paste process from SSH folder to a local folder and ability to schedule by Hour, minutes, days( like windows scheduler) . I was able to create the script using WinCSP , but I need to make it user friendly for non technical user . GUI can be written in VB .net so I can modify if I have to . Also when scheduler running need progress bar showing The For example: Copy all data from location(folder) A to location B Schedule by Date , time etc Copy all data from location(folder) C to location D Schedule by Date, time etc Delete all data from location(folder) X Schedule by Date, time etc Report by date(Showing the report for every batch) : Copy all data from location(folder) A to location B Copy all data from location(folder) C to location D Delete all data from location(folder) X Schedule by Date, time etc Please provide me the cost and data completion. Thank you IZ
Skills: Microsoft Windows Powershell DOS Windows PowerShell VB.NET
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
The title generator script is a script that when passed as string containing series of words it will respond with a string where the words are properly capitalized as you would find in a title. The script should accept two arguments named Title and AllCaps. The title argument is where the user will pass a string to be properly capitalized. The AllCaps argument is a switch type argument that, if specified, the title will be returned in all capital letters rather than just the first character of each word. Here are some examples Make-Title.ps1 “a tale of two cities” Returns: "A Tale of Two Cities" Make-Title.ps1 “a tale of two cities” –AllCaps Returns: "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" Make-Title.ps1 “a TALE of two cities” Returns: "A Tale of Two Cities" Make-Title.ps1 “A TALE OF TWO CITIES” Returns: "A Tale of Two Cities" Requirements 1) Create a script named Make-Title.ps1 2) Script Accepts two arguments, Title and AllCaps a) Title accepts a string of words that are to be turned into a title b) AllCaps is a switch argument, if specified all the letters are capitalized 3) The script must contain a function named Proper that takes a single word and capitalizes the first letter and converts the remaining letters to lowercase. 4) The main script splits the string sent as the Title parameter into words then calls the Proper function to fix the case. 5) If the AllCaps switch is specified the original string is return as all capital letters 6) The script outputs a single string not an array of strings with all the words properly capitalized 7) The following words should only be capitalized if they are the first word of the title. a) to, a, the, at, in, of, with, and, but, or Hints 1) Look at the methods of a string “somestring”|get-member 2) -split 3) –join 4) –contains or –notcontains
Skills: Windows PowerShell
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