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comment How do capture filters in Wireshark work internally?
This doesn't specifically address my question. What I'm trying to figure out is exactly what Wireshark (TShark in this case) is doing at the OS level, to figure out how multiple captures on the same box scale.
Sep
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asked How do capture filters in Wireshark work internally?
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awarded  Notable Question
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revised Bitlocker Performance Impact on SSD
Adding OPAL info
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted How to differentiate between three different flavours of pcap files?
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comment Is there a way to supress any interactive prompts in a PowerShell script?
The reason I haven't marked this as a solution is I haven't found time to test it. Has anyone deployed or tested this code besides the author?
Mar
27
comment Is there a way to supress any interactive prompts in a PowerShell script?
This isn't specifically about Remove-Item, it's just an illustrative example. There are lots of other cmdlets that will block waiting for user input under the right conditions.
Mar
27
comment Is there a way to supress any interactive prompts in a PowerShell script?
This does not appear to work. Remove-Item on a directory still gives you a prompt after setting $ConfirmPreference to 'None' or 'Low'
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awarded  Custodian
Mar
24
reviewed Approve Is there a way to supress any interactive prompts in a PowerShell script?
Mar
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comment Is there a way to supress any interactive prompts in a PowerShell script?
One of the reasons I started down this path is that I usually want to do the opposite of -force, i.e. something like -alwaysbackoff. I've found that most commands that support -force don't seem to have any option to back off though.
Mar
24
asked Is there a way to supress any interactive prompts in a PowerShell script?
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comment Is there a way to add the “Open Command Window Here” option to older versions of windows explorer?
@AthomSfere I don't know if it was 7 or Vista when it was introduced, but the oldest versions I wish for this to work on are XP/Server2003
Mar
24
asked Is there a way to add the “Open Command Window Here” option to older versions of windows explorer?