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Monad instead of PowerShell name used in the PSTraceSource object for PathInfo (PS 2.0)
12/17/2012 2:22:08 AM
User(s) can reproduce this bug
When using the Get-TraceSource cmdlet, the PathInfo PSTraceSource object returns the following description:
An object that represents a path in Monad.
This should be:
An object that represents a path in PowerShell.
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On a Windows 7 Enterprise OS, using PowerShell 2.0, run the Get-TraceSource cmdlet in PowerShell. Look for the object with the name "PathInfo".
The description of this object will say "An object that represents a path in Monad."
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