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How to get PowerShell cmdlet parameters

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Can someone tell me how I can get all available parameters for a PowerShell cmdlet?
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This guide contains tons of useful information, including cmdlet parameters and equivalents of VBScript commands.

You can also type help <cmdlet name> -full from within PowerShell.
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Sweet!  Exactly what I was looking for!  Thx!
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