My bag of powershell script for miscellaneous purposes. Like backing up all sql server database that starts with eCM or run all sql script recursively in a directory tree.
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Archive-AppLogs.ps1
Backup-Sql.ps1
Change-BatchScriptPath.ps1
Check-BatchToken.ps1
Check-Url.ps1
Compare-HashTable.ps1
ConvertFrom-Markdown.ps1
Create-AppLogsShare.ps1
Create-TestCSVFiles.ps1
Data-Backup.ps1
Debug-TCMInstall.ps1
Instrument-TempDb.ps1
Rename-Msg.ps1
Restore-Sql.ps1
Run-Sql.ps1
Stress-TempDb1.ps1
Sync-WebNodes.ps1
Use-SetOperator.ps1
Use-SetOperatorOnHashTable.ps1
VersionCheck-Deploy.ps1
distinct-xml.ps1
notes.ps1
pollurl.bat
readme.txt
setupTestRename.ps1

readme.txt

I have a few utility powershell script that I use for different task. I have decided to put them on my github repository so maybe others can help me improve them.
I named it powershell påsen. Påsen is swedish for the bag. So i spelled it powershell-pasen. 
run-sql.ps1
Runs all sql script in a folder. Outputs an array of sqlscripts that failed. 
Great for running massive sqlscripts. God for running test sql scripts. Works like: "c:\mysqlscript"|.\run-sql.ps1
backup-db.ps
Backups all databases with certain name pattern. (Eg all that begins with eCM in name) Put them in a folder.
Change-BatchScriptPath
Searche and Replace in files like config files or batfiles. Searches with regular expression and replaces. 
If files are readonly it changes them to writeable.