Getting registry last write time with PowerShell

All registry keys have a value associated with called the Last Write Time. This is analogous to the last modification time for a file. When ever the registry key or one if its values has been created, modified, or deleted the value is updated to the current local system time. Unfortunately, there is no Last Write Time associated with a registry value, but it can be infered from the Last Write Time of the key.

Here is a PowerShell script to read the Last Write Time for a registry key.



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Scan IP range using ping

IP scanner for the poor ones Zwinkerndes Smiley

Just open up a cmd.exe and change the ip range..

C:\>FOR /L %x in (1,1,255) do ping -n 1 192.168.2.%x | find /I "reply" >> c:\temp\pingresult.txt

The above command uses a FOR loop to ping each device and looks for "Reply" in the output. If there is a "Reply" then the host is up.. Results will be written to C:\temp\pingresults.txt

Or the PowerShell version:

C:\> 1..255 | foreach-object { (new-object System.Net.Networkinformation.Ping).Send("192.168.2.$_") } | where-object {$_.Status -eq "success"} | select Address

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