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powershell to c# conversion help

Posted on 2012-04-12
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can someone please help me convert the following powershell script file to c#?

some of it i understand; however, there are a few things that i don't understand.  i commented some stuff out (registry and active directory stuff - i know how to do this in c#).  the one function in the script is OctetToHours - this is where i need the help.

Thank you very much.
adLogonHours-PowerScript.txt
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The first link is c# to power shell- I need it the other way.

The second link is calling a script from c#.

 

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