When you submit a certificate request you may encounter the following error: Certificate Request Processor: The system cannot find the file specified. 0x80070002 (WIN32: 2)
Displaying firewall rules with PowerShell is very easy with the Get-NetFirewallRule cmdlet.
However, there is a gap: port numbers are not displayed.
You may be probably a little lost when you start working with Powershell cmdlets handling secure strings.
Indeed, one can think that ConvertFrom-SecureString gives you back what you entered with Read-Host -AsSecureString or ConvertTo-SecureString.
But that’s not the case!
Officially, with version 10.03 this method is not supported.
However, I was able to figure out the prerequisites to make it work.
In PowerShell 6.2 PSReadLine and your usual shortcuts are not working at all…