One of my chapters in the upcoming PowerShell Deep Dives book just became available as part of the MEAP program at Manning. If you aren’t a part of the early access program, you should definitely check it out! Otherwise, you can wait until it gets published later this year. Either way, I had a lot of fun writing this chapter and hope you enjoy it too!
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Hi mr. Prox, interesting stuff.
I would like to ask you an opinion as i’m not very good at powershell …
Do you think powershell can be used to check for word documents “integrity” ??
What i mean is that for my job i routinely do “cancelled files recovery” on hard disks
that leaves me with lots of ms office files that does’nt really works ;
so i’m trying to figure out a way to script an integrity check on them to separate
the working recovered files (word, excel, …) from the broken ones.
Do you think powershell can be used to do that.?
Fabiano from italy.