Get the event subscribers in the current session.
Syntax Get-EventSubscriber [-SubscriptionId] int [[-Force]] [CommonParameters] Get-EventSubscriber [[-SourceIdentifier] string] [[-Force]] [CommonParameters] Key: -Force Get all event subscribers, including subscribers for events that are hidden using Register-ObjectEvent -SupportEvent, Register-WmiEvent or Register-EngineEvent. -SourceIdentifier string Get only the event subscribers with the specified property value. The default is all event subscribers in the session. Wildcards are not permitted. This parameter is case-sensitive. -SubscriptionId int Get only the specified subscription identifier. The default is all event subscribers in the session. CommonParameters: -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -WarningAction, -WarningVariable, -OutBuffer -OutVariable.
Event logs often contain tens of thousands of event log entries, so consider using -Newest parameter to limit the number of entries returned.
Get the event subscriber for an elapsed event:
PS C:\> Get-EventSubscriber
Get the event subscriber of the Timer.Random event.
PS C:\> $subscriber = Get-EventSubcriber -sourceIdentifer Timer.Random
Display the Action property of the event subscriber object:
PS C:\> ($subscriber.action).gettype().fullname
“History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon” ~ Napoleon Bonaparte
Related PowerShell Commands:
Get-WinEvent - Get events from event logs and event trace logs
Get-Event - Get events in the event queue