NetCmdlets 2016
NetCmdlets 2016
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NetCmdlets 2016

Welcome to NetCmdlets, a suite of Microsoft Windows PowerShell Cmdlets for network monitoring, management, remote access and file transfer. Using /n software NetCmdlets and Windows PowerShell, Systems Administrators and IT professionals can easily manage heterogeneous networks and network devices directly from Windows PowerShell.

NetCmdlets include a broad range of network management and messaging capabilities. The current release contains more than 30 Cmdlets implementing major networking protocols such as SNMP, LDAP, DNS, Syslog, HTTP, WebDav, FTP, SMTP, POP, IMAP, Rexec/RShell, Telnet and more.

Cmdlets Included
Add-IMAPThe Add-IMAP cmdlet is used to add mail or folder to your Internet Message Access (IMAP) server.
Add-LDAPThe Add-LDAP cmdlet is used to communicate with LDAP Directory Servers (such as Active Directory) using the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access) protocol and add new items to it.
Add-S3The Add-S3 cmdlet can be used to create objects and buckets in the Amazon S3 service.
Add-VPNThe Add-VPN cmdlet can be used to create a new VPN connection on the system.
Add-ZipThe Add-ZIP cmdlet allows for the appending of a file to an existing ZIP, JAR, or TAR archive.
Compress-SevenZipThe Compress-SevenZip cmdlet implements a compressor for SevenZip files.
Compress-ZipThe Compress-ZIP cmdlet implements a compressor for ZIP, GZIP, JAR, TAR, and ZIP SFX.
Connect-VPNThe Connect-VPN cmdlet is used to connect to an established VPN connection.
Convert-DataThe Convert-Data cmdlet is used to encode or decode data from one format to another.
Copy-IMAPThe Copy-IMAP cmdlet is used to copy mails between folders in your Internet Message Access (IMAP) server.
Copy-WebDAVThe Copy-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Disconnect-VPNThe Disconnect-VPN cmdlet is used to disconnect from an established VPN connection.
Expand-ZipThe Expand-ZIP cmdlet implements a decompressor for ZIP, GZIP, JAR, and TAR archives.
Export-CertificateThe Export-Certificate cmdlet is used to export an X.509 certificate from a certificate store.
Get-CertificateThe Get-Certificate cmdlet is used to list X.509 certificates in a certificate store.
Get-DNSThe Get-DNS cmdlet is used to query a DNS server for records.
Get-FTPThe Get-FTP cmdlet is used to download files and retrieve directory listings from FTP, SFTP, and FTPS servers.
Get-HTTPThe Get-HTTP cmdlet can be used to retrieve documents from the World Wide Web.
Get-IMAPThe Get-IMAP cmdlet is used to retrieve electronic mail from Internet Message Access (IMAP) servers.
Get-LDAPThe Get-LDAP cmdlet is used to search LDAP Directory Servers using the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access) Protocol.
Get-MXThe Get-MX cmdlet is used to query a DNS server for mail server records.
Get-NNTPThe Get-NNTP cmdlet is used to read articles on Usenet news servers.
Get-PacketThe Get-Packet cmdlet is used to listen to network traffic.
Get-POPThe Get-POP cmdlet is used to retrieve electronic mail from Internet Post Office (POP) servers.
Get-PowerShellServerFileThe Get-PowerShellServerFile Cmdlet is used to retrieve a file from a remote PowerShell Server.
Get-RASThe Get-RAS cmdlet can be used to call the Remote Access System (RAS) to list connections, devices and phonebook entries.
Get-RSSThe Get-RSS cmdlet is used to retrieve and parse RSS syndicated content.
Get-S3The Get-S3 cmdlet provides an easy interface to Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3).
Get-SCPThe Get-SCP cmdlet is used to download files from SCP enabled SSH servers.
Get-SFTPThe Get-SFTP cmdlet is used to download files and retrieve directory listings from SFTP servers.
Get-SMIMEIMAPThe Get-SMIMEIMAP cmdlet is used to retrieve electronic mail from Internet Message Access (IMAP) servers.
Get-SMIMEPOPThe Get-SMIMEPOP cmdlet is used to retrieve electronic mail from Internet Post Office (POP) servers.
Get-SNMPThe Get-SNMP cmdlet is used to query SNMP agents.
Get-SyslogThe Get-Syslog cmdlet is used to receive network system log packets.
Get-TFTPThe Get-TFTP cmdlet is used to download files from TFTP servers.
Get-TimeThe Get-Time cmdlet provides the current (GMT) time from an Internet Time Server.
Get-TraceThe Get-Trace cmdlet allows you to trace the path IP packets take on the Internet.
Get-TrapThe Get-Trap cmdlet provides a listening point for SNMP traps.
Get-UDPThe Get-UDP cmdlet is used to listen for UDP datagrams.
Get-WebDAVThe Get-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Get-WhoisThe get-whois cmdlet allows you to query a WHOIS Server for Domain registration information.
Import-CertificateThe Import-Certificate cmdlet is used to import an X.509 certificate from a PFX file into a certificate store.
Invoke-PowerShellServerThe Invoke-PowerShellServer Cmdlet is used to remotely execute a command on the PowerShell Server.
Invoke-RexecThe Invoke-Rexec cmdlet is used to execute commands on a remote UNIX machine using the rexec mechanism.
Invoke-RshellThe Invoke-RShell cmdlet is used to execute commands on a remote Unix machine using the rshell mechanism.
Invoke-SSHThe Invoke-SSHcmdlet is used to remotely execute a command on an SSH server.
Invoke-TelnetThe Invoke-Telnet cmdlet is used to remotely execute a command on a Telnet server.
Lock-WebDAVThe Lock-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Move-IMAPThe Move-IMAP cmdlet is used to move mails between folders in your Internet Message Access (IMAP) server.
Move-WebDAVThe Move-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
New-CertificateThe New-Certificate cmdlet is used to create new X.509 certificates in a certificate store.
Protect-DataThe Protect-Data cmdlet supports encrypting data with various symmetric algorithms including AES, 3DES, and more.
Remove-CertificateThe Remove-Certificate cmdlet is used to remove an X.509 certificate from a certificate store.
Remove-FTPThe Remove-FTP cmdlet is used to delete files from FTP, SFTP, and FTPS servers.
Remove-IMAPThe Remove-IMAP cmdlet is used to remove mails and folders on your Internet Message Access (IMAP) server.
Remove-LDAPThe Remove-LDAP cmdlet is used to communicate with LDAP Directory Servers (such as Active Directory) using the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access) protocol and delete items from it.
Remove-POPThe Remove-POP cmdlet is used to delete electronic mail from Internet Post Office (POP) servers.
Remove-S3The Remove-S3 cmdlet can be used to delete objects and buckets from the Amazon S3 service.
Remove-SFTPThe Remove-SFTP cmdlet is used to delete files from SFTP servers.
Remove-VPNThe Remove-VPN cmdlet can be used to delete an existing VPN connection on the system.
Remove-WebDAVThe Remove-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Rename-FTPThe Rename-FTP cmdlet is used to rename files in FTP, SFTP, and FTPS servers.
Rename-IMAPThe Rename-IMAP cmdlet is used to rename folders on your Internet Message Access (IMAP) server.
Rename-LDAPThe Rename-LDAP cmdlet is used to communicate with LDAP Directory Servers (such as Active Directory) using the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access) protocol and execute a 'modify RDN' operation to items in it to change the assigned Distinguished Name.
Rename-SFTPThe Rename-SFTP cmdlet is used to rename files in SFTP servers.
Search-IMAPThe Search-IMAP cmdlet is used to search electronic mail from Internet Message Access (IMAP) servers.
Send-EmailThe Send-Email cmdlet is used to send Internet mail using the SMTP protocol (the Internet mail standard).
Send-FTPThe Send-FTP cmdlet can be used to upload files to FTP, SFTP, and FTPS servers.
Send-IMThe Send-IM cmdlet is used to send messages using the XMPP (Jabber) protocol.
Send-NNTPThe Send-NNTP cmdlet is used to post articles on Usenet news servers.
Send-PageThe Send-Page cmdlet is used to send messages using the SNPP protocol.
Send-PingThe Send-Ping cmdlet encapsulates ICMP ECHO functionality, used to check whether there is a communications link between two computers.
Send-PowerShellServerFileThe Send-PowerShellServerFile Cmdlet is used to send a file to PowerShell Server.
Send-SCPThe Send-SCP cmdlet is used to upload files to SCP enabled SSH servers.
Send-SFTPThe Send-SFTP cmdlet can be used to upload files to SFTP servers.
Send-SMIMEEmailThe Send-SMIMEEmail cmdlet is used to send Signed and Encrypted Internet mail using the SMTP protocol (the Internet mail standard).
Send-SMSThe Send-SMS cmdlet is used to send SMS messages to cellular phones.
Send-SyslogThe Send-Syslog cmdlet is used to send network system log packets.
Send-TCPThe Send-TCP cmdlet provides an easy way to send data over a raw TCP connection.
Send-TFTPThe Send-TFTP cmdlet is used to upload files to TFTP servers via the TFTP protocol defined in RFC 783.
Send-TrapThe Send-Trap cmdlet is used to sends SNMP traps to a remote address.
Send-UDPThe Send-UDP cmdlet is used to send UDP datagrams.
Send-WebDAVThe Send-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Set-IMAPThe Set-IMAP cmdlet is used to manage the mail on your Internet Message Access (IMAP) server.
Set-LDAPThe Set-LDAP cmdlet is used to communicate with LDAP Directory Servers (such as Active Directory) using the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access) protocol.
Set-RASThe Set-RAS cmdlet can be used to call the Remote Access System (RAS) to create and delete phonebook entries.
Set-SNMPThe Set-SNMP cmdlet exposes functionality to PowerShell to send SNMP SET requests.
Set-WebDAVThe Set-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Unlock-WebDAVThe Unlock-WebDAV cmdlet implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
Unprotect-DataThe Unprotect-Data cmdlet supports decrypting data with various symmetric algorithms including AES, 3DES, and more.
Connect-IMAPThe Connect-IMAP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-LDAPThe Connect-LDAP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-FTPThe Connect-FTP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-NNTPThe Connect-NNTP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-POPThe Connect-POP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SCPThe Connect-SCP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SFTPThe Connect-SFTP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SMIMEIMAPThe Connect-SMIMEIMAP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SMIMEPOPThe Connect-SMIMEPOP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-PowerShellServerThe Connect-PowerShellServer cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SSHThe Connect-SSH cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-TelnetThe Connect-Telnet cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-EmailThe Connect-Email cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-IMThe Connect-IM cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SMIMEEmailThe Connect-SMIMEEmail cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-SMSThe Connect-SMS cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
Connect-TCPThe Connect-TCP cmdlet is used to create a persistent connection object.
The Disconnect-IMAP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-IMAP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-LDAP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-LDAP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-FTP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-FTP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-NNTP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-NNTP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-POP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-POP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SCP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SCP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SFTP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SFTP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SMIMEIMAP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SMIMEIMAP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SMIMEPOP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SMIMEPOP cmdlet.
The Disconnect-PowerShellServer cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-PowerShellServer cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SSH cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SSH cmdlet.
The Disconnect-Telnet cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-Telnet cmdlet.
The Disconnect-Email cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-Email cmdlet.
The Disconnect-IM cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-IM cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SMIMEEmail cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SMIMEEmail cmdlet.
The Disconnect-SMS cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-SMS cmdlet.
The Disconnect-TCP cmdlet is used to release the connection previously created by Connect-TCP cmdlet.

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