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Windows PowerShell™ 2.0: Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Creating Transcripts

The PowerShell console includes a transcript feature to help you record all your activities at the prompt. As of this writing, you cannot use this feature in the PowerShell application. Commands you use with transcripts include the following:

  • Start-Transcript. Initializes a transcript file and then creates a record of all subsequent actions in the PowerShell session

    Start-Transcript [[-path] FilePath] [-force] [-noClobber] [-append]
  • Stop-Transcript. Stops recording actions in the session and finalizes the transcript

    Stop-Transcript

You tell PowerShell to start recording your activities using the Start-Transcript cmdlet. This cmdlet creates a text transcript that includes all commands that you type at the prompt and all the output ...

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