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Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 1,446 views | 14/07/2012 21:49

Your script needs “Run as Administrator” privileges? Then you should use this function to check it.

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function Confirm-PoSHAdminPrivileges
{
	$User = [Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent()
	if((New-Object Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal $User).IsInRole([Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltinRole]::Administrator))
	{
		$Result = "Validated"
	}
	$Result
}

If you get “Validated” as a output, then you can be sure about administrator privileges.


Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 6,189 views | 14/07/2012 21:45

If you install Parallels Plesk before, you should be aware about “Welcome Banner” of Plesk. It’s pretty cool! I did same thing on Powershell and made it function.

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function Get-PoSHWelcomeBanner
{
param ($Hostname, $Port)
 
	# Get Hostname
	if (!$Hostname -or $Hostname -eq "+") 
	{
		$Hostname = "localhost"
	}
	else
	{
		$Hostname = @($Hostname.Split(","))[0]
	}
 
	# Get Port
	if ($Port -ne "80")
	{
		$Port = ":$Port"
	}
 
	clear
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host "  Welcome to PoSH Server"
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host "  You can start browsing your webpage from:"
	Write-Host "  http://$Hostname$Port"
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host "  Thanks for using PoSH Server.."
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host " "
	Write-Host " "
}

Seriously, this looks good :) It’s a good way to redirect people to web browser.


Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 3,141 views | 14/07/2012 21:39

I’ve recently added PHP support on PoSHServer. Here is my example codes for PHP execution on PowerShell:

Main:

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$PHPCgiPath = "C:\Program Files (x86)\PHP\v5.3\php-cgi.exe" # WebPI Location
$TestPHPCgiPath = Test-Path $PHPCgiPath
if ($TestPHPCgiPath)
{
	$Response.ContentType = "text/html"
	$PHPQuery = Get-PoSHPHPQuery -Request $Request
	$PHPContentOutput = Get-PoSHPHPContent -File $File -QueryString $PHPQuery -PHPCgiPath $PHPCgiPath
	$PHPContentOutput = Set-PHPEncoding -PHPOutput $PHPContentOutput
	$Response.StatusCode = [System.Net.HttpStatusCode]::OK
	$LogResponseStatus = $Response.StatusCode
	$Response = New-Object IO.StreamWriter($Response.OutputStream,[Text.Encoding]::UTF8)
	$Response.WriteLine("$PHPContentOutput")
}
else
{
	$Response.ContentType = "text/html"
	$Response.StatusCode = [System.Net.HttpStatusCode]::NotFound
	$LogResponseStatus = $Response.StatusCode
	$Response = New-Object IO.StreamWriter($Response.OutputStream,[Text.Encoding]::UTF8)
	$Response.WriteLine("$(. $PoSHModulePath\modules\phpcgierror.ps1)")						
}

Function:

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function Get-PoSHPHPContent
{
param ($File, $QueryString, $PHPCgiPath)
 
	$PHPOutput = &$PHPCgiPath -f $File $QueryString
	$PHPOutput
}

You can always download PoSHServer to see it live! :)