I work with Powershell quite often. I make healthcheck systems for apps such as NetBackup, and others. I use it for day to day administration of NetApp and vmware.
One problem I always have with it jumping between customer environments is the fact that the default text output is UTF-16. This looks like a bunch of junk when I view it in terminal on my Mac, and also it is not easily grep’able, or less/more’able.
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