Showing posts from May, 2015

Use SendKeys in PowerShell

Script below will use SendKeys in PowerShell, the old fashioned way.

Script below will open a Notepad and type or send some string to notepad.

It will also open windows calculator and do some calculation.

Here's the script:


$wshell = New-Object -ComObject Wscript.Shell

#Call notepad and run it

#Delay for 1 second
Start-Sleep -m 1000

#Send keys to notepad
$wshell.SendKeys("123 test 456")

#Delay for 2 seconds
Start-Sleep -m 2000

#Run Windows Calculator

#Set the window focus to calculator
#Don't click or press the keyboard or mouse so focus will not be changed

#sleep again for 1 second
Start-Sleep -m 1000

#Do the calculation by sending keys to calculator

Cheers..Have fun with PowerShell…

Burn an ISO file in Windows 7 or 8

Windows 7 and Windows 8 comes with an exe file to burn an ISO file via command prompt.

The syntax is quite easy to remember.

Open a command prompt and type:

isoburn /q a: Windows_and_Linux.iso

isoburn /q

That's it, ISO will be burn to disc.

See picture below if no disc on the drive, when burning an ISO file via command prompt.

VB.NET Sql Server Cannot Login

Manage Windows files and folder security permissions via command line