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An extremely useful Powershell command…..

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By default Powershell exceptions and stderr outputs don’t give you much information beyond the exception name and the position in the script where the exception occurred. What you really want is a full stack trace.
You can get more information by running the following command; immediately after you’re troubled by a ‘troublesome’ exception

$error[0]|format-list –force

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