PSGetModuleInfo.xml

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      <S N="Name">CredentialsManager</S>
      <Version N="Version">1.1</Version>
      <S N="Type">Module</S>
      <S N="Description">The module Credentials Manager provides you with convenient and safe way to store your credentials to file system and effectively re-use them in your scripts._x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_List of commands:_x000D__x000A_Write-Credential_x000D__x000A_Read-Credential_x000D__x000A_Convert-Credential_x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_Credentials are saved in file with encrypted content. Only user that saved them, can decrypt them._x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_Compared to other PowerShell credentials managers available to download this one has following advantages:_x000D__x000A_- it is written purely in PowerShell, without compiled binaries, or C# modules_x000D__x000A_- credentials are saved in simple files which can be easily managed (move, backup, etc.)_x000D__x000A_- usernames are also stored as encrypted data, which eliminates another layer of privacy and security concerns_x000D__x000A_- there is no need for create credentials command, as return objects are already in proper format, ready to be used in other commands._x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_All commands have documented help system. Type Get-Help about_CredentialsManager, or Get-Command -Module CredentialsManager for more info.</S>
      <S N="Author">Igor Iric Iric.Igor@Gmail.com</S>
      <S N="CompanyName">iricigor</S>
      <S N="Copyright">(c) 2016 Igor Iric. All rights reserved.</S>
      <DT N="PublishedDate">2017-02-01T10:34:34+01:00</DT>
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      <S N="ReleaseNotes">Full public release, October 2016, 3 functions Read, Write, Convert</S>
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            <S N="Value">Full public release, October 2016, 3 functions Read, Write, Convert</S>
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            <S N="Value">52</S>
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            <S N="Value">Module</S>
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            <S N="Key">copyright</S>
            <S N="Value">(c) 2016 Igor Iric. All rights reserved.</S>
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            <S N="Key">tags</S>
            <S N="Value">Credentials Password PSModule PSFunction_Read-Credential PSCommand_Read-Credential PSFunction_Write-Credential PSCommand_Write-Credential PSFunction_Convert-Credential PSCommand_Convert-Credential PSIncludes_Function</S>
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            <S N="Key">created</S>
            <S N="Value">2/1/2017 10:34:34 AM +01:00</S>
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            <S N="Key">description</S>
            <S N="Value">The module Credentials Manager provides you with convenient and safe way to store your credentials to file system and effectively re-use them in your scripts._x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_List of commands:_x000D__x000A_Write-Credential_x000D__x000A_Read-Credential_x000D__x000A_Convert-Credential_x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_Credentials are saved in file with encrypted content. Only user that saved them, can decrypt them._x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_Compared to other PowerShell credentials managers available to download this one has following advantages:_x000D__x000A_- it is written purely in PowerShell, without compiled binaries, or C# modules_x000D__x000A_- credentials are saved in simple files which can be easily managed (move, backup, etc.)_x000D__x000A_- usernames are also stored as encrypted data, which eliminates another layer of privacy and security concerns_x000D__x000A_- there is no need for create credentials command, as return objects are already in proper format, ready to be used in other commands._x000D__x000A__x000D__x000A_All commands have documented help system. Type Get-Help about_CredentialsManager, or Get-Command -Module CredentialsManager for more info.</S>
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            <S N="Key">published</S>
            <S N="Value">2/1/2017 10:34:34 AM +01:00</S>
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            <S N="Key">developmentDependency</S>
            <S N="Value">False</S>
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            <S N="Key">NormalizedVersion</S>
            <S N="Value">1.1.0</S>
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            <S N="Key">downloadCount</S>
            <S N="Value">399</S>
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            <S N="Key">GUID</S>
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            <S N="Key">PowerShellVersion</S>
            <S N="Value">4.0</S>
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          <En>
            <S N="Key">updated</S>
            <S N="Value">2017-03-18T15:11:01Z</S>
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          <En>
            <S N="Key">isLatestVersion</S>
            <S N="Value">True</S>
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          <En>
            <S N="Key">IsPrerelease</S>
            <S N="Value">false</S>
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          <En>
            <S N="Key">isAbsoluteLatestVersion</S>
            <S N="Value">True</S>
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            <S N="Key">packageSize</S>
            <S N="Value">16308</S>
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            <S N="Key">FileList</S>
            <S N="Value">CredentialsManager.nuspec|about_CredentialsManager.help.txt|Convert-Credential.ps1|CredentialsManager.psd1|CredentialsManager.psm1|Read-Credential.ps1|Write-Credential.ps1</S>
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            <S N="Key">requireLicenseAcceptance</S>
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      <S N="InstalledLocation">\\PHCZPR-SP160006.EU.NOVARTIS.NET\IRICIG2$\data\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\CredentialsManager\1.1</S>
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