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  1. Receive-Job Example 4 is wrong

    Votes from Connect: 3

    Original Date Submitted: 2/10/2015 9:29:49 AM

    Description:
    ********Contact Information********
    Handle: June Blender
    Site Name: PowerShell
    Feedback ID: 1122497
    ***************************************

    Frequency: Always Happens
    Regression: Yes, this happens in all previous versions

    Problem Description:
    Example 4 of Receive-Job (the one with the $Using scope modifier) fails because the local variable ($j) holds a deserialized job object that Receive-Job can't convert.

    Please change the example to:

    $s = New-PSSession -ComputerName 'MyRemoteServer'
    $j = Invoke-Command -Session $s -ScriptBlock {Start-Job -ScriptBlock {Get-Eventlog -LogName System}}
    $iid = $j.InstanceID
    $results = Invoke-Command -Session $s -ScriptBlock {Receive-Job -InstanceID $Using:iid}

    Thanks (and sorry about the…

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    • Add "Finalize" verb to list of allowed noun-verbs.

      Votes from Connect: 4

      Original Date Submitted: 7/23/2014 12:47:50 PM

      Description:
      ********Contact Information********
      Handle: Sh0gun
      Site Name: PowerShell
      Feedback ID: 926911
      ***************************************

      Frequency: Always Happens
      Regression: No, this is new to the most recent version

      Problem Description:
      I would like to suggest the verb: "Finalize" as the opposite of "Initialize"

      Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 926911 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=926911).

      Repro Steps:
      The verb does not exist currently.

      Expected Results:

      Internal BugId: 8908

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      • Flags Enumeration Bitwise Operations Fail With 'Specified cast is not valid' Error

        Votes from Connect: 3

        Original Date Submitted: 2/19/2015 11:08:09 PM

        Description:

        ********Contact Information********
        Handle: Rohn Edwards
        Site Name: PowerShell
        Feedback ID: 1138469
        ***************************************

        Frequency: Always Happens
        Regression: No, this is new to the most recent version

        Problem Description:
        In the December 2014 and February 2015 WMF 5.0 previews, flags enumerations that have byte, sbyte, short, or ushort underlying types have to be cast or coerced to a numeric type before -band, -bor, or -bxor bitwise operations will work.

        int, uint, long, and ulong underlying types still work as expected.

        Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of…

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        • Deep nested workflows don't recognize the erroraction parameter

          Votes from Connect: 5

          Original Date Submitted: 3/2/2015 8:58:03 PM

          Description:
          ********Contact Information********
          Handle: Trond Hindenes
          Site Name: PowerShell
          Feedback ID: 1156994
          ***************************************

          Frequency: Always Happens
          Regression: I do not know if this issue existed previously

          Problem Description:
          If a workflow uses deep nesting (at least 3 levels of nesting), erroraction does not work. This is reproducable in both the V4 and V5 feb preview of the WMF.

          Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 1156994 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=1156994).

          Repro Steps:
          Consider the following 3 workflows
          workflow one
          {
          Write-Output "one"
          }

          workflow two …

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          • PowerShell does not accept all valid integer literals when accepting parameters interactively.

            Votes from Connect: 5

            Original Date Submitted: 6/2/2015 10:28:19 PM

            Description:
            ********Contact Information********
            Handle: uniquedisplaynameformypublicprofile
            Site Name: PowerShell
            Feedback ID: 1392738
            ***************************************

            Frequency: PowerShell
            Regression: Create the function:
            function Foo {
            param([Parameter(mandatory)][int]$Bar)
            "OK - $Bar"
            }

            This works:
            Foo -Bar 1KB
            (prints: OK - 1024)
            Foo -Bar 1L
            (prints: OK - 1)

            But this fails:
            Foo
            cmdlet Foo at command pipeline position 1
            Supply values for the following parameters:
            Bar: 1KB
            (prints: Cannot recognize "1KB" as a System.Int32 due to a format error.)
            Bar: 1D
            (prints: Cannot recognize "1L" as a System.Int32 due to a format error.)

            Problem Description:
            PowerShell…

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            • Add DefaultValue property to System.Management.Automation.CommandParameterInfo class

              Votes from Connect: 8

              Original Date Submitted: 3/3/2015 5:52:55 AM

              Description:
              ********Contact Information********
              Handle: June Blender
              Site Name: PowerShell
              Feedback ID: 1157696
              ***************************************

              Frequency: Always Happens
              Regression: Yes, this happens in all previous versions

              Problem Description:
              Currently, there is no way to detect whether a command parameter has a default value or what the default value is. It's important to help authoring and to command parsing.

              I can use the AST to get the default value, but that works only for functions and scripts; not for cmdlets.

              Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID…

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              • PowerShell 4.0 help has to be updated with update-help before any help content is available

                Votes from Connect: 4

                Original Date Submitted: 7/25/2014 2:11:19 AM

                Description:
                ********Contact Information********
                Handle: b_mil
                Site Name: PowerShell
                Feedback ID: 928181
                ***************************************

                Frequency: Always Happens
                Regression: No, this is new to the most recent version

                Problem Description:
                PowerShell currently ships with no help content built in. Although it can be updated, it is still a regression to not have at least some help files available from the default install. Not all environments and hosts have internet connectivity to retrieve help content online. Not all environments have firewall and security configurations that make it practical to update the help content on…

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                • The Local Configuration Manager is not configured with a certificate.

                  Votes from Connect: 4

                  Original Date Submitted: 6/5/2015 1:21:21 AM

                  Description:
                  ********Contact Information********
                  Handle: Bob Dean IT Pro
                  Site Name: PowerShell
                  Feedback ID: 1399853
                  ***************************************

                  Frequency: Desired State Configuration (DSC)
                  Regression: Build the LCM meta configuration.
                  Apply the LCM meta configuration to the target node.
                  Execute update-dscconfiguration on the target node.

                  Problem Description:
                  ## The configuration for the LCM.

                  [DscLocalConfigurationManager()]
                  Configuration Meta
                  {

                  Node $AllNodes.NodeName
                  {
                  Settings
                  {
                  RefreshFrequencyMins = 30
                  RefreshMode = "PULL"
                  ConfigurationModeFrequencyMins = 60
                  AllowModuleOverwrite = $true
                  RebootNodeIfNeeded = $true
                  ActionAfterReboot = "ContinueConfiguration"
                  ConfigurationMode = "ApplyAndMonitor"

                  }

                  ConfigurationRepositoryWeb PullServer
                  {
                  ServerURL = $Node.PullServer
                  RegistrationKey = "My Registration…

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                  • ISE for PowerShell Web Access

                    Votes from Connect: 4

                    Original Date Submitted: 6/5/2015 7:13:41 PM

                    Description:
                    ********Contact Information********
                    Handle: William E. Anderson
                    Site Name: PowerShell
                    Feedback ID: 1402139
                    ***************************************

                    Problem Description:
                    You know, it'd be kind of nice to be able to have a version of the Integrated Scripting Engine available as an installable feature for PowerShell Web Access. There's been a couple of times where a thought of how to script something popped into my head and all I had was my phone. Word for mobile doesn't really give me what I would like for building scripts in this way.

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                    • Powershell Closes for no reason

                      Votes from Connect: 6

                      Original Date Submitted: 6/12/2015 2:25:25 AM

                      Description:
                      ********Contact Information********
                      Handle: David Bernard
                      Site Name: PowerShell
                      Feedback ID: 1423742
                      ***************************************

                      Frequency: PowerShell
                      Regression: Type in:

                      [datetime]$this = "adfasfasfadsf"

                      Problem Description:
                      I'm running PowerShell 4.0 on Windows 7 (x64). If I enter:

                      [datetime]$this = "adfasfasfadsf"

                      I would expect to receive a conversion error, but instead the console just closes.

                      Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 1423742 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=1423742).

                      Repro Steps:
                      Type in:

                      [datetime]$this = "adfasfasfadsf"

                      Expected Results:
                      This should generate a conversion error.

                      Internal BugId: 15561

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                      • Enable authoring of DSC resources using c# in a similar way as with ps classes

                        Votes from Connect: 3

                        Original Date Submitted: 3/12/2015 9:51:57 PM

                        Description:
                        ********Contact Information********
                        Handle: aL3891
                        Site Name: PowerShell
                        Feedback ID: 1175982
                        ***************************************

                        Problem Description:
                        We're now able to write DSC resources using classes in powershell and that is really great!

                        Please also enable writing resources in c# in a similar way using a single class and attributes to mark properties and methods as their DSC equivalent. that would reduce alot of the friction for developers coming in to DSC from c#

                        Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 1175982 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=1175982).

                        Repro Steps:

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                        • Set-Content on a not-yet existant file uses incorrect path when a PSDrive is used

                          Votes from Connect: 3

                          Original Date Submitted: 8/13/2014 9:25:01 AM

                          Description:
                          ********Contact Information********
                          Handle: Al-Muhandis
                          Site Name: PowerShell
                          Feedback ID: 944947
                          ***************************************

                          Frequency: Always Happens
                          Regression: I do not know if this issue existed previously

                          Problem Description:
                          If Set-Content is used to create a new file on a PSDrive mapped to a network share (UNC path), then it'll fail because it resolves to a completely incorrect/strange literal path (that contains the root UNC path repeated multiple times).

                          For example, after following the reproduction steps below,

                          PS C:\Scripts>Set-Content "Z:\blah.txt" "blah"
                          Set-Content : Could not find a part of the path '\\192.168.111.160\pub\192.168.111.160\pub\192.168.111.160\pub\blah.txt'.

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                          • Love PowerShell but not a fan of one syntax requirement

                            Votes from Connect: 6

                            Original Date Submitted: 3/14/2015 4:56:44 AM

                            Description:
                            ********Contact Information********
                            Handle: J. Michael Delaney
                            Site Name: PowerShell
                            Feedback ID: 1179419
                            ***************************************

                            Problem Description:
                            Love PowerShell. It helps me so much in my daily tasks and I am constantly wowing co-workers with my skills.

                            When scripting, the only thing I don't like about PowerShell is that when doing conditional statements with if/elseif/else and looping constructs, that I need to use brace brackets when the conditional or loop executes one line of code.

                            For example, in other languages such as C++, I can do this:

                            If(x=10)
                            std::cout << "hello…

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                            • [System.Management.Automation.PSTypeNameAttribute] is undocumented

                              Votes from Connect: 5

                              Original Date Submitted: 8/16/2014 3:44:32 AM

                              Description:
                              ********Contact Information********
                              Handle: Derp McDerp
                              Site Name: PowerShell
                              Feedback ID: 947173
                              ***************************************

                              Frequency: Always Happens
                              Regression: Yes, this happens in all previous versions

                              Problem Description:
                              1. The accelerator for [System.Management.Automation.PSTypeNameAttribute] should be changed from [PSTypeNameAttribute] to [ParameterType] to be consistent with PowerShell's naming conventions.

                              2. The PSTypeNameAttribute is only obscurely documented in MSDN's System.Management.Automation.dll documentation instead of PowerShell's about_Functions_Advanced_Parameters documentation.

                              Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 947173 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=947173).

                              Repro Steps:
                              Expected Results:

                              Internal BugId: 8944

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                              • about_Remote_Troubleshooting Group Policy incorrect for 2012 R2

                                Votes from Connect: 4

                                Original Date Submitted: 3/17/2015 8:27:30 PM

                                Description:
                                ********Contact Information********
                                Handle: Ashley McGlone
                                Site Name: PowerShell
                                Feedback ID: 1186090
                                ***************************************

                                Frequency: Always Happens
                                Regression: Yes, this happens in previous released versions

                                Problem Description:
                                The about_Remote_Troubleshooting topic needs to be updated for 2012 (R2). The group policy setting name has changed:

                                Allow automatic configuration of listeners (2008 R2)
                                Allow remote server management through WinRM (2012 R2)

                                The policy name appears twice in the help text:

                                -- To configure listeners for remoting, enable the "Allow automatic
                                configuration of listeners" group policy. For instructions, see
                                "How to Enable Listeners by…

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                                • -Debug parameter does not behave as expected when using Write-Debug inside script and selecting "Yes to all"

                                  Votes from Connect: 4

                                  Original Date Submitted: 6/17/2015 8:18:36 AM

                                  Description:
                                  ********Contact Information********
                                  Handle: Tom Nolan [MSFT]
                                  Site Name: PowerShell
                                  Feedback ID: 1441324
                                  ***************************************

                                  Frequency: PowerShell
                                  Regression: function Test-MyDebug
                                  {
                                  [cmdletbinding()]
                                  param
                                  (
                                  [parameter(ValueFromPipeline=$true)]
                                  $InputObject
                                  )
                                  process
                                  {
                                  write-host "Value: $_" -ForegroundColor Green

                                  Write-Debug "Write-debug gets its own 'scope' for the last continue status of the debug preference"
                                  Write-Debug "If you select 'Yes To All' on after any of these statements"
                                  Write-Debug "It will have no effect, and you will continue to be prompted"
                                  }
                                  }

                                  1,2,3 | Test-MyDebug -Debug

                                  Problem Description:
                                  When using the -Debug parameter with [cmdletbinding()] inside…

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                                  • Script Analyzer - Severity for Custom Rule does not work

                                    Votes from Connect: 6

                                    Original Date Submitted: 3/20/2015 7:53:36 PM

                                    Description:
                                    ********Contact Information********
                                    Handle: Stefan Stranger
                                    Site Name: PowerShell
                                    Feedback ID: 1192179
                                    ***************************************

                                    Frequency: Always Happens
                                    Regression: I do not know if this issue existed previously

                                    Problem Description:
                                    When creating a custom script analyzer rule the severity does not seem to be executed.

                                    Example:
                                    <#
                                    .SYNOPSIS
                                    You should never use Write-Host to create any script output whatsoever.
                                    .DESCRIPTION
                                    It is generally accepted that you should never use Write-Host to create any script output whatsoever, unless your script (or function, or whatever) uses the Show verb (as in, Show-Performance).
                                    That verb…

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                                    • Desired State Configuration - Group resource

                                      Votes from Connect: 5

                                      Original Date Submitted: 8/21/2014 8:11:21 PM

                                      Description:
                                      ********Contact Information********
                                      Handle: M.T.Nielsen
                                      Site Name: PowerShell
                                      Feedback ID: 951681
                                      ***************************************

                                      Frequency: Always Happens
                                      Regression: I do not know if this issue existed previously

                                      Problem Description:
                                      Adding a Domain user/group to a Local group, without providing explicit domain credentials, fails, even on a domain-joined machine with read-access to Active Directory.

                                      The MSFT_GroupResource.psm1 file in the PSDesiredStateConfiguration module has the following code for Test-TargetResource and Set-TargetResource (line 132 & 464):

                                      # Create an instance of PrincipalContext.
                                      $credentialPrincipalContext = $null;
                                      if($PSBoundParameters.ContainsKey('Credential'))
                                      {
                                      $networdCredential = $Credential.GetNetworkCredential();
                                      $credentialPrincipalContext = New-Object System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement.PrincipalContext -ArgumentList ([System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement.ContextType]::Domain, …

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                                      • Get-Help -Parameter fails for common parameters

                                        Votes from Connect: 5

                                        Original Date Submitted: 7/7/2015 4:53:38 AM

                                        Description:
                                        ********Contact Information********
                                        Handle: June Blender
                                        Site Name: PowerShell
                                        Feedback ID: 1515009
                                        ***************************************

                                        Frequency: PowerShell
                                        Regression: PS C:\ps-test> Get-Help Get-Command -Parameter PipelineVariable
                                        Get-Help : No parameter matches criteria PipelineVariable.
                                        At line:1 char:1
                                        + Get-Help Get-Command -Parameter PipelineVariable
                                        + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                        + CategoryInfo : InvalidArgument: (System.Manageme...CommandHelpInfo:ProviderCommandHelpInfo) [Get-Help], PSArgumen
                                        tException
                                        + FullyQualifiedErrorId : NoParmsFound,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.GetHelpCommand

                                        PS C:\ps-test> Get-Command Get-Command -ParameterName PipelineVariable

                                        CommandType Name ModuleName
                                        ----------- ---- ----------
                                        Cmdlet Get-Command Microsoft.PowerShell.Core

                                        Problem Description:
                                        Commands in this format:
                                        Get-Help <commandName> -Parameter <any_common_parameter>

                                        return a PSArgumentException error, even when the command has the common parameter.

                                        Get-Help Parameter…

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                                        • Are there any PowerShell based programs for managing computers

                                          Votes from Connect: 3

                                          Original Date Submitted: 7/9/2015 7:50:44 AM

                                          Description:
                                          ********Contact Information********
                                          Handle: NICDoud
                                          Site Name: PowerShell
                                          Feedback ID: 1523059
                                          ***************************************

                                          Problem Description:
                                          I've watched a lot of MVA videos on Powershell and automation. I'm looking for something like Kaseya and other management programs for companies that do out sourced IT. I have a lot of customers on seperate networks, domains, locations that I want to manage with power shell or a web interface.

                                          Something that can automate a lot of IT problems into a simple interface for users. Like System Center, but not limited to one domain or…

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