Windows 10: Piping Powershell output fails

Discus and support Piping Powershell output fails in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I'm in the Admin Powershell window. I'm trying to install azure modules on my Windows 10 Enterprise workstation, version 10.0.18362.778 The install... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by RonNewYork, Apr 19, 2020.

  1. Piping Powershell output fails


    I'm in the Admin Powershell window. I'm trying to install azure modules on my Windows 10 Enterprise workstation, version 10.0.18362.778

    The install fails and I want to capture the output so I go (at the powershell prompt):

    Install-Module -name -Az -Verbose -Force | Out-File C:\powershell\errors.txt

    But errors.txt is of 0 length.

    Just to test the system I did:

    Get-Process | Out-File c:\powershell\processes.txt

    and that file was 58,820 bytes long, so the syntax seems OK.

    What's wrong?



    RON

    :)
     
    RonNewYork, Apr 19, 2020
    #1
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    Piping Powershell output fails

    How to factory reset Cisco 1700 Router

    Hopefully I can help you here....its a very common thing to happen.


    First, I take it you dont know the passwords for console access or telnet/ssh?

    I will assume that these devices belong to you.

    step 1. Plug a cisco console cable into a serial port on your pc
    step 2. Plug other end into Cisco console port
    step 3. Using hyperterm or putty or similar connect to the serial port
    step 4. boot router, and make sure you clearly can see the output (this confirms you have good serial comms)
    step 5. if this fails, adjust the comm port settings (9600, 8,1,n are the default)
    step 6. now you have to do the only hard part...send the break command:

    Break command list: Break Commands

    Go down the list and match your OS and SW and try the sequence suggested.

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    IggSter, Apr 19, 2020
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