Recently I have had to deal with INI files, for anyone who doesn't know what one looks like, its full of key-value pairs
You can have sections [SectionName] too. But quite often, when you are dealing with INI files in a DevOps approach, you want to change values based on something dynamic, be it an IpAddress, URL... something.
To the rescue is the PowerShell module of PSINI. Here is an example of one I did earlier;
Import-Module PsIni $FileContent = Get-IniContent "c:\file.ini" $FileContent["tcp_enabled"] = 1 $FileContent["a_value"] = "some text" $FileContent["http_enabled"] = 1 Out-IniFile -InputObject $FileContent -FilePath "c:\file.ini" -Force
PSINI will load the INI file into memory, and allow you to modify or add additional values. Super easy.