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powershellscript,save output as .txt file in the same dir

Posted on 2016-09-26
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for example i have this script and i run it on Videos folder or..on the desktop,can anyone make this script to save output on Videos or desktop?

@echo off

REM ... some CMD commands here ...
echo Batch cmd 1
call :callPS PSScript1
REM ... some CMD commands here ...
echo Batch cmd 2
call :callPS PSScript2
REM ... some CMD commands here ...
pause
exit /b

:callPS label

powerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Command "$script = Get-Content '%~f0'; Invoke-Expression -Command ($script[(($script | select-string '::%1::').LineNumber)..(($script | select-string '::%1End::').LineNumber-2)] -join [environment]::NewLine)"


exit /b

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::PSScript1::
write-host -foreground red Script1
Get-EventLog System | Where-Object {$_.EventID -eq "1074" -or $_.EventID -eq "6008" -or $_.EventID -eq "1076"} | ft Machinename, TimeWritten, UserName, EventID, Message -AutoSize -Wrap
::PSScript1End::

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::PSScript2::
write-host -foreground green Script2
::PSScript2End::

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how to save on desktop or in the same folder? and no need to change all the time the path : c:/john/Desktop/script blah blah
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Ok i use this line ''Get-Process | Out-File c:\test.txt'' and is working but i prefer save on desktop or in the same folder without type the path c:/John/Desktop  and when i use the script on otehr PC i change again the path to c:/Michael.Desktop/Script blah blah.....i wanna make it work in all PC's desktop or same folder
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My recommendation is to change the folder in the cmd batch file part, to the folder where the batch file is located:
@echo off
pushd %~dp0

REM ... some CMD commands here ...
echo Batch cmd 1
call :callPS PSScript1
REM ... some CMD commands here ...
echo Batch cmd 2
call :callPS PSScript2
REM ... some CMD commands here ...
pause
popd
exit /b

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Then you can just use the file name, without path, in Out-File.
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by:john lambert
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Qlemo no doubts ur AN EXPERT!!
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by:john lambert
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for this script dones't work:

@echo off
pushd %~dp0

REM ... some CMD commands here ...
echo Batch cmd 1
call :callPS PSScript1
REM ... some CMD commands here ...
echo Batch cmd 2
call :callPS PSScript2
REM ... some CMD commands here ...
pause
popd
exit /b

:callPS label

powerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Command "$script = Get-Content '%~f0'; Invoke-Expression -Command ($script[(($script | select-string '::%1::').LineNumber)..(($script | select-string '::%1End::').LineNumber-2)] -join [environment]::NewLine)"


exit /b

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::PSScript1::
write-host -foreground red Script1
Get-WinEvent -FilterHashTable @{LogName="Microsoft-Windows-TerminalServices-RemoteConnectionManager/Operational";StartTime=(get-date).AddDays(-1);ID=1149} | %{					
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
		MachineName = $_.MachineName
		TimeCreated = $_.TimeCreated
		User = $_.Properties[0].Value
		Domain = $_.Properties[1].Value
		SourceIP = $_.Properties[2].Value 
	}
}| Select MachineName,TimeCreated,User,Domain,SourceIP | Out-File last24.txt
::PSScript1End::

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::PSScript2::
write-host -foreground green Script2
::PSScript2End::

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by:Qlemo
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I would have to check myself. Doesn't it save in the script's folder?
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by:john lambert
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ok maybe the script works fine..i made same changes but the RDP logon history is deleted
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You can use other event IDs for testing ;-).
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