Tag Archives: timestamp

Retrieving a Registry Key LastWriteTime Using PowerShell

While navigating through the registry, you may have noticed that there is something missing from there that you normally see in other places such as the file system. That little thing is a timestamp that might tell you when a … Continue reading

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Revisiting Get-FileTimestamp with Reflection

Ever since I wrote my function to locate a file’s MFT (ChangeTime) timestamp, I wanted to take on an extra challenge by taking all of the C# code that included using pinvoke and rewrite it using reflection in PowerShell after … Continue reading

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Finding a File’s MFT Timestamp using PowerShell

During my last couple of articles dealing with writing and reading files without updating their LastAccess and LastWrite timestamps which has seen a bit of popularity from folks.  While these methods work great for the casual onlooker, digging down deeper … Continue reading

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