So I am doing an internship and I was asked to forward calls to certain numbers according to a schedule using Microsoft Teams. There is a support team receiving calls working in 3 shifts and everything is running on one Microsoft Teams Account and the calls are being forwarded to the Microsoft Teams number of ..
I have a windows batch file that outputs a file and takes in 4 variables. batch.exe output_file.txt -1 dummy_variable1 -2 dummy_variable2 -3 dummy_variable3 -4 dummy_variable4 I want to run this command periodically, say after 1 minute, passing in a different output file name and different variables. Is there a way to do this without manually ..
I’m writing a python script to make a rule in firewall, its a project for local application prevent my children of watching porn actually. I figure out that I need powershell, so I wrote this script, but still whenever python run a powershell command, powershell windows showing up, any ideas to hide it ? from ..
Like in Linux, when we perform sudo and type password. That time we cannot see the password in the terminal. I want to do the same thing in the PowerShell window. How can I do that? (Also suggest python code for it) Source: Python-3x..
I have a series of folders that need renaming due to lightrooms inability to use real value filename sorting they tend toward this pattern FilenameOfDifferentLength001_002.jpg FilenameOfAnotherLength_002a (1).jpg FilenameOfManyLengths_006b (27).jpg etc etc i need to only pad zeroes on the numbers inside the parenthesis to a 3 digit value (so 001 upto 999) there will be ..
I’m trying to figure out away to temporality assign a user to an AD group. I know in PowerShell there is a command called "MemberTimeToLive" so I’m trying to find something equivalent in python. Any suggestions? Source: Python..
I’m running the following command in PowerShell wsl pipenv run python ~/test.py and receive the following error /bin/bash: pipenv: command not found. If I launch WSL/Ubuntu, I can run pipenv run python ~/test.py and get a successful output. In PowerShell and Git Bash, I can run pipenv -h and get proper output. Where does WSL ..
I am working on uninstalling software from windows. I know I can uninstall software that was installed by using MSI installer by the command msiexec.exe /x "msi_file_path" /log "uninstall_log_file_path" but I’m facing difficulty in uninstalling software that was not installed by MSI file. Also, I tried to uninstall by cmd using the command: wmic product ..
I am trying to create a python script to automatically run unit tests in Visual Studio. One path that I am exploring would involve using shells, in particular Developer Powershell. I am running into a roadblock with accessing this shell, though. Here’s what I have so far: First off, the Visual Studio solution has all ..
Ive been having issues running brownie so i uninstalled it then i reinstalled it and got the following error Requirement already satisfied: atomicwrites>=1.0 in c:python39libsite-packages (from pytest==6.2.3->eth-brownie) (1.4.0) Requirement already satisfied: colorama in c:python39libsite-packages (from pytest==6.2.3->eth-brownie) (0.4.4) Requirement already satisfied: pywin32>=223 in c:python39libsite-packages (from web3==5.18.0->eth-brownie) (301) WARNING: Ignoring invalid distribution -p (c:python39libsite-packages) WARNING: Ignoring invalid ..