Samples/Event Consumers/Command Line - Microsoft Outlook Started.ps1

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# EXAMPLE for PowerEvents PowerShell module available on http://powerevents.codeplex.com
#
# Author: Trevor Sullivan
# Date: 05/26/11
# Brief: This example shows how to use PowerEvents to create a WMI event consumer that runs a command line in response to Microsoft Outlook being started.
# Note that there are double-quotes explicitly being added around the script path and script arguments (that might have a space in them)
# Note: This is not a complete working sample of the PowerEvents module. This only shows how to create an event consumer.
# A fully functioning sample requires an event filter, to define the events, as well as a binding between the filter and consumer.

$ScriptPath = Split-Path $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path
New-WmiEventConsumer -Verbose -Name MicrosoftOutlookStarted -ConsumerType CommandLine -CommandLineTemplate "shutdown -r -t 0"


<#
MOF of a working example:
 
instance of CommandLineEventConsumer
{
    CommandLineTemplate = "cscript.exe \"C:\\Users\\Phragcyte\\Documents\\WindowsPowerShell\\Modules\\PowerEvents\\Samples\\Event Consumers\\VBscripts\\User Profile Loaded.vbs\"";
    CreateNewConsole = TRUE;
    CreateNewProcessGroup = TRUE;
    CreatorSID = {1, 5, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 5, 21, 0, 0, 0, 7, 96, 247, 25, 179, 246, 87, 123, 169, 67, 178, 173, 232, 3, 0, 0};
    ExecutablePath = "cscript.exe";
    MachineName = NULL;
    Name = "UserProfileLoaded";
    WorkingDirectory = NULL;
};
#>