Wininit.exe (127.0.0.1

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This cmdlet creates an HTML page that represents objects. The cmdlet returns a complete HTML page. The input objects are represented in a single HTML table within that page. The object property names appear as the HTML table column headings  and each of the rows in the table list the corresponding property values. Properties without values are represented  as blank cells in the table. It may be a variable that contains the objects or a command or expression that gets the objects.

The -head and -title parameters can also be used to specify the text to be included in the respective tags. The cmdlet creates an HTML page that includes an HTML table that represents the object. This command uses the Get-Process cmdlet to retrieve a set of objects that contain information about the processes, their name starting with letter “w” running on the computer. The Properties parameter is used to specify the properties of the objects that are represented in the table.

The Title parameter specifies the title of the HTML page. To view the HTML file in the browser, issue the following command. No characters are interpreted as wildcards. If the path includes escape characters, enclose it in single quotation marks.

This command expands the current working directory. Resolve-path cmdlet interprets the wildcard characters in a path and displays the items and containers at the location specified by the path, such as the files and folders or registry keys and subkeys. The names appear just as they are represented in the drive, including capitalization. This example will return the full home path. This example starts at the current location and returns the paths to all items in the Windows folder. This command gets instances of WMI classes or information about available classes.