Authentication and Credentials

 The PowerShell cmdlets included in NetCmdlets allow you to perform authentication using either plain text (with the -User and -Password string parameters) or with a PSCredential object (through the -Credential parameter). Here's an example with the Get-LDAP cmdlet. Bind to…

File Transfer (FTP and SFTP)

 There are several cmdlets included in NetCmdlets that can be used for file transfer, such as Get/Send-FTP , Get/Send-SFTP , Get/Send-SCP , Get-HTTP , Get/Send-WebDAV , and more. The most commonly used file transfer methods are still FTP and SFTP. The FTP cmdlets are Get-FT…

FTP Test-RemotePath

 Checking to see if a path exists on an FTP server is a very simple operation when using NetCmdlets. The below script shows how to check for the existence of a remote path. param( [string] $server, [string] $user, [string] $password, [string] $path ) if ($server -eq $null) …

Get-LDAP Cmdlet in PowerShell

 This article explores using the cmdlets in NetCmdlets to work with LDAP objects and groups. Using the Get-LDAP Cmdlet requires familiarity with the LDAP protocol itself, so it is geared toward advanced users who need to do quick LDAP operations without a lot of required co…

Getting Started

 /n software NetCmdlets are a suite of Windows PowerShell cmdlets that give you powerful network communications capabilities including network management, instant messaging, file transfer, remote execution, email management, and more. NetCmdlets is for IT professionals, dev…

PowerShell Command Line Emailer

 Using ones Inbox as a to-do list is fairly common, however firing up an email client to add to that list can be slow and a little cumbersome. Instead of opening an Email client, one can use NetCmdlets and a PowerShell profile to send quick “todo” emails without having to l…