Built-in cmdlets:

NAME
clear-host --replaces delivered clear-host...clears the output pane

SYNTAX
clear-host
NAME
new-tree --creates a new tab in the left-hand pane (creates the left-hand pane if necessary) and creates a treeview control there

SYNTAX
new-tree [-TreeName <String>]
NAME
clear-tree -- removes all nodes from a tree (the tree must exist)

SYNTAX
clear-tree [-TreeName <String>]

NAME
remove-tree --removes tab and tree from the display (the tree must exist)

SYNTAX
remove-tree [-TreeName <String>]
NAME
new-treenode --adds a node to a tree. You can specify the parent node by name or by the object associated with the parent node. You can also associate an object with the node.

SYNTAX
new-treenode [-NodeName <String>] [-ParentNodeName <String>] [-NodeObject <PSObject>] [-TreeName <String>] [-ParentObject <PSObject>]
NAME
new-typemenuitem --adds a new menuitem to the context menu for nodes associated with objects of a given type (according to the TypeNames property). If Object is a string, it is assumed to be a powershell script in which OBJECT will be replaced with a reference to the object associated with the node. If action is a hashtable, the keys are assumed to be strings which represent items in a submenu, with their respective values being the actions (submenu item actions must be strings). Underscores ( _ ) in menu item names will be replaced with spaces.

SYNTAX
new-typemenuitem [-TypeName <String>] [-Name <Object>] [-Action <Object>]


Last edited Jan 31, 2010 at 12:10 AM by MikeShepard, version 1

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