While busily looking over Powershell 2.0 for Dummies, and Windows Powershell in Action, one of my tasks is to automate or script some repetitive computer configurations.
One of those configurations is to add a Microsoft Loopback adapter to a Windows XP box, but first, to check if it had already been installed and configured, and if not, to go ahead and do it.
Is this something that PowerShell would be best suited for, and if so, what commands, or cmdlets should I be focusing on?
Any links to some other useful guides would be awesome.
Thanks in advance.
I think you can use WMI to check the configuration .
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