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To stop a transcript, use the Stop-Transcript cmdlet. To record an entire session, add the Start-Transcript command to your profile. For more information, see about_Profiles.
You can type the 'continue' debugger command at the prompt to let the script continue running. You can then type Ctrl+Break again if you want to once more break into the debugger. Or you can type the 'quit' debugger command to stop the script from running and be returned to your normal console prompt.
A PowerShell transcript is a simple text file that contains a history of all commands and their output. Think of a transcript as a command history you can get with the Get-History command. However, instead of just seeing all commands run, you can also see the output of those commands as well.
Start-Transcript. Start a transcript of a command shell session, record the session to a text file. Syntax Start-Transcript [-Path] string] [-Force] [-noClobber] [-Append] [-WhatIf] [-Confirm] [CommonParameters] Key -Path string The path to the transcript file.
The Turn on PowerShell Transcription Group Policy allows you to log the input and output of PowerShell commands into text-based transcript files.
Open Start. Search for PowerShell, click the top result to open the experience. Type the following command to start recording the session to a text file and press Enter: Start-Transcript -Path "C:\\FOLDER\\PATH\\POWERSHELL_TRANSCRIPT_FILENAME.txt" -NoClobber.
The PowerShell Magic Code # Change the default behavior of CTRL-C so that the script can intercept and use it versus just terminating the script. # CTRL-C. The sleep command ensures the buffer flushes correctly. # Continue to loop while there are pending or currently executing jobs.
Ctrl+C. Alternatively referred to as Control C and C-c, Ctrl+C is a shortcut key most often used to copy highlighted text or another object into the clipboard while in a graphical user environment. On Apple computers, the shortcut to copy is the Command key+C keys.
To stop a command in PowerShell ISE, on the toolbar, click Stop Operation, or press +. The default Windows PowerShell execution policy setting is Restricted.
Copy from PowerShell: Highlight what you want (left click and drag), then right click anywhere on the console to copy the highlighted text. Paste to PowerShell: Simply right click anywhere on the console, it will paste it after the prompt.
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