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  1. Hashtables seem to use different comparers on setting a value and creating the hashtable

    Votes from Connect: 4

    Original Date Submitted: 8/18/2014 1:14:35 PM

    Description:
    ********Contact Information********
    Handle: Hypftier
    Site Name: PowerShell
    Feedback ID: 948988
    ***************************************

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

    Problem Description:
    Apparently all keys are coerced to strings, or at least treated the same:

    PS> $x = @{1 = 5; '1' = 7}
    At line:1 char:15
    + $x = @{1 = 5; '1' = 7}
    + ~~~
    Duplicate keys '1' are not allowed in hash literals.
    + CategoryInfo : ParserError: (:) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : DuplicateKeyInHashLiteral

    However, when retrieving or setting values this…

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    • Get-Member -MemberType should fine grain properties to setters and getters

      Votes from Connect: 3

      Original Date Submitted: 6/30/2015 2:43:45 AM

      Description:
      ********Contact Information********
      Handle: Derp McDerp
      Site Name: PowerShell
      Feedback ID: 1487548
      ***************************************

      Problem Description:
      Get-Member -MemberType allows:

      CodeProperty, Property, NoteProperty, ScriptProperty, Properties

      but it should be extended with:

      CodeSetter, Setter, NoteSetter, ScriptSetter, Setters
      CodeGetter, Getter, NoteGetter, ScriptGetter, Getters

      So we can get finer grained results.

      Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 1487548 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=1487548).

      Repro Steps:

      Internal BugId: 15616

      2 votes
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      • Powershell ISE improvement

        Votes from Connect: 5

        Original Date Submitted: 3/21/2015 7:01:42 PM

        Description:
        ********Contact Information********
        Handle: Adz
        Site Name: PowerShell
        Feedback ID: 1194216
        ***************************************

        Problem Description:
        Hi,

        Is it possible to introduce indentation by default and automatic closing braces when opening?

        I think these are easy features to add and since ISE is built for scripting it should be treated better.

        I think that will make troubleshooting easier also for beginner scripters who forget to close braces

        Thanks

        Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 1194216 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=1194216).

        Repro Steps:

        Internal BugId: 14330

        2 votes
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        • Various parameter annoyances / inconsistencies with builtin cmdlets

          Votes from Connect: 4

          Original Date Submitted: 8/23/2014 7:08:24 AM

          Description:

          ********Contact Information********
          Handle: Derp McDerp
          Site Name: PowerShell
          Feedback ID: 953115
          ***************************************

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

          Problem Description:
          I wrote 2 functions (Find-ParamClash and Find-Param) to explore parameters in cmdlets (see the attatchments for source code). They found some problems/annoyances with the stock cmdlets in PowerShell v4:

          (Note: the lists below aren't comprehensive because Find-ParamClash and Find-Param uses the data returned by Get-Command. The fields needed are mostly empty because PowerShell lazy loads modules but gives you no way to see the…

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          • Copy-Item PowerShell silently continues when source is a network share that does not exist

            Votes from Connect: 5

            Original Date Submitted: 4/9/2015 6:41:07 AM

            Description:
            ********Contact Information********
            Handle: Snooks911
            Site Name: PowerShell
            Feedback ID: 1234831
            ***************************************

            Frequency: PowerShell
            Regression: Run the following from any powershell window:
            Copy-Item \\server\share\thisdoesnotexist\* -Destination c:\temp -ErrorAction Stop;

            where "\\server\share\thisdoesnotexist" refers to a network location that does not exist.

            Problem Description:
            I'm seeing a strange behavior with the "Copy-Item" cmdlet. It looks like the cmdlet errors out if the source location is a local location that does not exist, but completely ignores that if the source is a network location that does not exist.

            For e.g.

            Copy-Item \\server\share\thisdoesnotexist\* -Destination c:\temp…

            2 votes
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            • Dynamic switches before positional parameters may not work as expected

              Votes from Connect: 4

              Original Date Submitted: 8/31/2014 12:30:14 PM

              Description:
              ********Contact Information********
              Handle: Roman Kuzmin
              Site Name: PowerShell
              Feedback ID: 960194
              ***************************************

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

              Problem Description:
              StackOverflow question:
              http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25560038/dynamic-switches-before-positional-parameters-may-not-work-as-expected

              Here is the code that demonstrates the problem. The cmdlet Set-Location has the
              dynamic switch ReadOnly if the provider is FileSystem.

              ------8<--------

              # provider that does not have the dynamic ReadOnly
              Set-Location env:

              # case 1: works because we explicitly specify FileSystem
              Get-ChildItem C:\ -ReadOnly

              # case 2: fails even though we explicitly specify FileSystem
              Get-ChildItem -ReadOnly C:\

              ------8<--------

              Normally position…

              2 votes
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              • IncludeManagementTools in WindowsFeature

                Votes from Connect: 10

                Original Date Submitted: 9/2/2014 3:45:04 AM

                Description:
                ********Contact Information********
                Handle: Andrew Barnes
                Site Name: PowerShell
                Feedback ID: 961489
                ***************************************

                Frequency: Always Happens
                Regression: I don

                Problem Description:
                Could the WindowsFeature resource be updated to have the IncludeManagementTools switch.

                (it's a quick win) ;)

                Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 961489 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=961489).

                Repro Steps:
                PS > Get-DscResource windowsfeature -Syntax
                WindowsFeature [string] #ResourceName
                {
                Name = [string]
                [ Credential = [PSCredential] ]
                [ DependsOn = [string[]] ]
                [ Ensure = [string] { Absent | Present } ]
                [ IncludeAllSubFeature…

                2 votes
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                • MSFT_RegistryResource.psm1

                  Votes from Connect: 3

                  Original Date Submitted: 7/22/2015 3:22:46 AM

                  Description:
                  ********Contact Information********
                  Handle: Alcaron
                  Site Name: PowerShell
                  Feedback ID: 1574517
                  ***************************************

                  Frequency: Desired State Configuration (DSC)
                  Regression: Set a registry key to the binary value of anything with a hex value that starts with 0, i.e.:
                  ValueData = @("8232c580d332674f9cab5df8c206fcd8")

                  That 06 towards the end there is what initially led me to track this down.

                  Problem Description:
                  Line: 926
                  Is: $Data | % {$retString += [String]::Format("{0:x}", $_)}

                  Should be: $Data | % {$retString += [String]::Format("{0:x2}", $_)}

                  As it stands now any HEX value that starts with 0 has it's leading…

                  2 votes
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                  • Option to output a pipeline terminating error via a Write-Error switch parameter

                    Votes from Connect: 3

                    Original Date Submitted: 4/14/2015 6:32:46 PM

                    Description:
                    ********Contact Information********
                    Handle: Carl Sörqvist
                    Site Name: PowerShell
                    Feedback ID: 1247244
                    ***************************************

                    Problem Description:
                    There are three types of errors in Powershell:

                    Non-terminating errors are generated by the Cmdlet.WriteError method in .NET (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.management.automation.cmdlet.writeerror(v=vs.85).aspx) or by Write-Error/$PSCmdlet.WriteError() in Powershell, and lets both cmdlet/advanced function and script execution continue, unless $ErrorActionPreference is set to "Stop".

                    Pipeline terminating errors are generated by the Cmdet.ThrowTerminatingError method in .NET (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.management.automation.cmdlet.throwterminatingerror(v=vs.85).aspx) or by $PSCmdlet.ThrowTerminatingError() in Powershell, and stops the current pipeline from executing any further, but does *not* stop script execution…

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                    • limit-eventLog -logname parameter do not accept an array

                      Votes from Connect: 3

                      Original Date Submitted: 7/22/2015 3:24:55 PM

                      Description:
                      ********Contact Information********
                      Handle: 响叮咚
                      Site Name: PowerShell
                      Feedback ID: 1576035
                      ***************************************

                      Frequency: PowerShell
                      Regression: 【test】
                      work:
                      limit-eventLog -logname "SYSTEM" -MaximumSize 204800kb

                      don't work:
                      limit-eventLog -logname @("SYSTEM","Application","Security") -MaximumSize 204800kb
                      limit-eventLog -logname "SYSTEM","Application","Security" -MaximumSize 204800kb
                      limit-eventLog -logname SYSTEM,Application,Security -MaximumSize 204800kb

                      Problem Description:
                      limit-eventLog -logname do not accept an array

                      【version】
                      all version.
                      from powershell 2.0 to powershell 5.0 in windows 10 preview 10159!

                      【reason】
                      manual say:
                      -LogName<String[]>, but after I test, does not support string array,only string!

                      【The reporter】
                      前进三 (QQ No:120944419)
                      in
                      chinese powershell communication salon ---(QQ group No:183173532)

                      Product…

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                      • Set-StrictMode -Version latest doesn't error in some contexts

                        Votes from Connect: 3

                        Original Date Submitted: 9/13/2014 5:51:52 AM

                        Description:
                        ********Contact Information********
                        Handle: Derp McDerp
                        Site Name: PowerShell
                        Feedback ID: 970514
                        ***************************************

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

                        Problem Description:
                        Set-StrictMode -Version latest

                        ${env:with-paths-that-dont-exist}
                        ${function:with-paths-that-dont-exist}
                        ${drives:with-paths-that-dont-exist}
                        # I expect these to error but they don't

                        "asdf" > $null
                        $a = $null ; "asdf" > $a
                        "asdf" > ''
                        # I expect these to error but they don't
                        (though honestly, > $var should be a syntax error, users should be required to use Out-File)

                        Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to…

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                        • Add support for JSON-based help, as alternative option to MAML

                          Votes from Connect: 15

                          Original Date Submitted: 8/7/2015 12:24:30 AM

                          Description:
                          ********Contact Information********
                          Handle: Trevor Sullivan [MVP]
                          Site Name: PowerShell
                          Feedback ID: 1635295
                          ***************************************

                          Problem Description:
                          Add support for JSON-based help, as alternative option to MAML

                          Product Studio item created by Connect Synchronizer due to creation of feedback ID 1635295 (http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=1635295).

                          Repro Steps:

                          Internal BugId: 15717

                          2 votes
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                          • Caught exceptions still appear in global $Error list

                            Votes from Connect: 3

                            Original Date Submitted: 9/16/2014 12:15:09 AM

                            Description:
                            ********Contact Information********
                            Handle: Aaron Jensen
                            Site Name: PowerShell
                            Feedback ID: 972566
                            ***************************************

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

                            Problem Description:
                            When you catch exceptions, those exception still appear in the global $Error list. I expect that caught exceptions shouldn't appear there because I'm catching and handling them. We have build pipelines that fail builds if there are any errors in the global $Error variable, and this causes false failures in situations where we are handling the exceptions.

                            $Error.Clear()
                            try
                            {
                            throw 'Blarg!'
                            }
                            catch …

                            2 votes
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                            • Invoke-WebRequest ignores content encoding

                              Votes from Connect: 22

                              Original Date Submitted: 11/6/2013 2:54:27 AM

                              Description:
                              ********Contact Information********
                              Handle: Joel 'Jaykul' Bennett
                              Site Name: PowerShell
                              Feedback ID: 807794
                              ***************************************

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

                              Problem Description:
                              Invoke-WebRequest is leaving byte-order marks (BOM) in the Content.

                              For example, this file: http://poshcode.org/Modules/Reflection.psd1

                              If I fetch it with WebClient.DownloadString I get the content I expected, but when I fetch it with Invoke-WebRequest, I end up with the byte-order mark in the first few bytes of the Content property (which prevents me from parsing the string as XML or PowerShell etc.).

                              If I…

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                              • Allow the .. Operator to Accept a Step Value and a Keyword to Signify the Array's length

                                Votes from Connect: 10

                                Original Date Submitted: 3/8/2012 8:34:09 AM

                                Description:
                                ********Contact Information********
                                Handle: Nektar
                                Site Name: PowerShell
                                Feedback ID: 729570
                                ***************************************

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

                                Problem Description:
                                In other scripting languages such as Python and MatLab, you can create say a list of all numbers from 0 to 100 stepping by 5 each time by typing something like 0:5:100. Also, you can splice an array from a point to the end by typing 0:end or in Python the last item is -1. In Powershell the .. operator can only accept a starting…

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                                • Running as administrator and running "update-help" fails to update the module 'AppBackgroundTask'

                                  Votes from Connect: 11

                                  Original Date Submitted: 11/21/2013 7:25:26 AM

                                  Description:
                                  ********Contact Information********
                                  Handle: Gary Bonie
                                  Site Name: PowerShell
                                  Feedback ID: 809166
                                  ***************************************

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

                                  Problem Description:
                                  All help updates correctly except the help for AppBackgroundTask.

                                  Update-Help : Failed to update Help for the module(s) 'AppBackgroundTask' with UI culture(s) {en-US} : The value of the HelpInfoUri
                                  key in the module manifest must resolve to a container or root URL on a website where the help files are stored. The HelpInfoUri
                                  'http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn296421.aspx'; does not resolve to a container. …

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                                  • save-help failure - "Unable to connect to help content" error while Connected to internet via corporate proxy server

                                    Votes from Connect: 40

                                    Original Date Submitted: 3/10/2012 1:56:58 PM

                                    Description:

                                    ********Contact Information********
                                    Handle: ramseyg [MVP]
                                    Site Name: PowerShell
                                    Feedback ID: 730195
                                    ***************************************

                                    Frequency: Always Happens
                                    Regression: I don't know if this issue existed previously

                                    Problem Description:
                                    We have a user-authenticated proxy server on our corporate network. All systems/users must authenticate to access the internet. It is seamless from an internet browser perspective. We have an autoconfiguration script, or we can just enter the proxy information into internet explorer settings, and can browse to the web without any challenge/password.

                                    I can even run commands like get-help get-command -online successfully. But…

                                    2 votes
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                                    • Add -Splat common parameter

                                      Votes from Connect: 21

                                      Original Date Submitted: 9/26/2014 11:22:14 PM

                                      Description:
                                      ********Contact Information********
                                      Handle: Kirk Munro
                                      Site Name: PowerShell
                                      Feedback ID: 982475
                                      ***************************************

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

                                      Problem Description:
                                      Splatting is incredibly useful, but the syntax required does not support several use cases that should be supported, such as:
                                      1. Splatting a hashtable of parameter/value pairs that is not stored in a variable.
                                      2. Splatting a hashtable that is in a nested parameter.
                                      3. Splatting a hashtable that is returned from a method call.

                                      In all of these scenarios, you need to store…

                                      2 votes
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                                      • Allow Move-Item/Copy-Item Commands to work Across Compatible Providers

                                        Votes from Connect: 22

                                        Original Date Submitted: 12/27/2013 7:41:19 AM

                                        Description:
                                        ********Contact Information********
                                        Handle: Mark Michaelis
                                        Site Name: PowerShell
                                        Feedback ID: 812361
                                        ***************************************

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

                                        Problem Description:
                                        Hi,

                                        I have created several providers that work for files (e.g. Skydrive, Dropbox, photo sights, etc.). I would like to be able to copy files from the file system up to these providers and vice-versa. Please provide some means so that the provider copy-item and move-item operations will work across providers. Without this feature the following error is returned:
                                        "Source and destination did not…

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                                        • CTP3: Add Get-Computer and Start-Computer cmdlets

                                          Votes from Connect: 11

                                          Original Date Submitted: 12/26/2008 4:01:12 PM

                                          Description:

                                          ********Contact Information********
                                          Handle: n4cer
                                          Site Name: PowerShell
                                          Feedback ID: 389694
                                          ***************************************

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

                                          Problem Description:
                                          The new cmdlets added for control of local and remote computers (stop-computer, restart-computer, etc.) are great, but I think they would be complemented by the addition of the following two cmdlets:

                                          Get-Computer
                                          Get-Computer would return objects representing all computers on the network (workgroup or domain) including the local machine. It would serve a similar purpose as CMD's net view, however, the returned computer objects would…

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