So this post is a more a reminder to me than anything else but…having recently come across the Microsoft TechNet article ‘Keyboard Shortcuts for the Windows PowerShell ISE’ ( I thought it necessary to highlight the two keyboard shortcuts….

Ctrl + J – brings up a list of code snippet templates (e.g. try-catch-finally and do-until)
Ctrl + M – expand or collapse braces

See the screenshots below for a demo and do make sure you try them yourself!

RDP or SSHEver wanted to jump right into a SSH session from an item that you’ve seen in the PRTG Enterprise Console? By setting up a Device Tool its all too easy to do by just clicking on the device and pressing a function key on your keyboard.

Note that the Device Tool feature of the Enterprise Console can be used for a lot more than just setting up SSH sessions; for example I have modified the out of the box RDP connection to have a set height and width of the window or you could configure another new Device Tool to start a remote PowerShell session from a key press.

Either way here’s how to set it up for SSH…