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Remove Read Only Attribute in PowerShell

Removing Read Only attribute is quite common task everyday work. We can always use Windows Explorer to remove Read Only attribute. However sometimes removing Read Only attribute should be just a small part of our script and Windows Explorer method is not an option. Alternatively to PowerShell we could use our good old friend attrib command, but I am PS fan and I would like to share with you how to do it in PowerShell.


Email Validation in PowerShell

Email address validation is one of the most common validations used used by sysadmins and developers. There are many approaches we can use, some of us prefer to write their own function, some will choose using 3rd party library. I will show the method which is “built-in” the PowerShell, Email Validation using System.Net.Mail.MailAddress  class.