Stay alert for upcoming changes and thanks again for everyone's support. It is simple to use and run but flexible enough for many circumstances.
At line:1 char:15Aside from type casting, it can be used to specify strongly typed variables, particularly useful with arrays.
Yes, Powershell is pretty good as inferring the type of variables based on the actual values, but just in case you want to limit script input.
It works with Bit Locker to help protect user data and to ensure that a computer has not been tampered with while the system was offline.
On computers that do not have a TPM version 1.2, you can still use Bit Locker to encrypt the Windows operating system drive.
This essentially provides Poly Mon a complete integrated scripting language for custom monitoring.
Furthermore, because these monitors are created using Power Shell you have full control over what actions to take in the event of a Warning or Failure state.
Returns True or False value indicating whether previous command ended with an error.
For some reason it does not catch all errors, but most of the time it works.
You may review the proposed roadmap below, but we may be changing that as well.
Please feel free to offer your suggestions as we move forward.
The snap-in is available through the downloads area, but I recommend you check out this site also: Unlike Poly Mon it does not persist historical monitoring information and therefore does not require a database.