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How to update an already existing Gridview in Powershell instead of showing a new one?

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I would like to run a certain scheduled PowerShell script that shows a gridview as a result. Not a problem so far. The problem is, I don't want that every time a new GridView Window to be opened.

Does anyone have an Idea how to update the data in the grid instead of opening a new grid in a new window every time the script runs?

Thanks

Alexander
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