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In the last few weeks, I have written a good number of PowerShell scripts that accept input from the user in the form of traditional prompt boxes (e.g. in one situation, I needed the user to enter Sql connection string to execute custom actions against a database). And it appeared to me it might be useful to share the function to produce a simple prompt box in PowerShell.
So without wasting much time, here's the function:
Some weeks ago, I had installed BitVise's WinSSHD server on my primary SVN server machine to enable secure remote access. After the installation, I was noticing that WinSSHD's Control Panel would start up automatically when I login to the machine.
We had recently upgraded a client site from DNN 4.x to DNN 6.x and refactored the site in a major way during the upgrade. One of the things involved as part of the upgrade was revamping the theme of the site.