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PowerShell Snippets: Prompt User for Password

PowerShellThis post is part of the series on PowerShell Snippets.

In this last post, in this series, I showed a PowerShell snippet which would prompt a user for input. This is fine if you are prompting for a username, filename, version tag or similar, but if you are prompting for a password, you would not want to expose to people watching over the users shoulder.

The Read-Host cmdlet has a parameter…

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PowerShell Snippets: Prompt User for Password

This post is part of the series on PowerShell Snippets. In this last post, in this series, I showed a PowerShell snippet which would prompt a user for input. This is fine if you are prompting for a username, filename, version tag or similar, but if you are prompting for a password, you would not want to expose to people watching over the users shoulder.

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Author: Ian Grieve

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