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PowerShell: PowerEvents Module

Posted by Trevor Sullivan on 2010/12/01


Hey guys, I haven’t written anything new in a while, because I’ve been working on a PowerShell module called PowerEvents. PowerEvents is a module that facilitates working with WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) permanent event registrations. You can query for and respond to events, all from within WMI! PowerEvents simply makes creating those registrations easier.

For more information about this module, please visit the project page on CodePlex.

Look for a couple articles on the Hey, Scripting Guy! blog (@ScriptingGuys) next week, as well as my appearance on the @PowerScripting podcast with Hal Rottenberg and Jonathan Walz! Thanks for the invitation, Hal!

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