#1 11 Oct 2019 23:47

orochieddy
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Registered: 11 Oct 2019
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I know this is a super noob question

For the love of god, can someone please please tell me what /t means in powershell... what do those commands mean!? ive looked over and over for hours and nothing.. I found that /f means files but /t?!?
also whats the difference between -t and /t?!
again i do apologize.. i am trying, and reading and going to diff websiteb.
Thank you

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#2 12 Oct 2019 09:47

Simon Sheppard
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Re: I know this is a super noob question

This will depend on the cmdlet you are running, PowerShell will allow you to use the shortest string that will uniquely identify a parameter.

There is a nice function here, you can use to list them all:
https://nocolumnname.blog/2018/10/04/fi … owershell/

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