You probably already know that Windows PowerShell is a powerful and flexible tool. You may not know, however, that you can easily extend Windows PowerShell by writing your own custom cmdlets.

In the December issue of MSDN Magazine, Jim Truher shows you how to create your own cmdlets that allow you to interact with IsolatedStorage. The System.IO.IsolatedStorage namespace lets you create and use isolated stores. You can read and write data that less-trusted code cannot access, preventing sensitive information from being exposed.

Be sure to browse Jim's sample code online, or grab the download from the article.

 

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