Compress-Archive with Powershell
Compress-Archive -Path <Files to compress(comma seperated)> -DestinationPath Output.Zip
|Files Intended to be zipped into one folder|
|The above command, "Compress-Archive -Path .\* -DestinationPath '.\CLIzip.ZIP", compresses all in the current folder and sends to zip folder|
|The zip folder was created|
Expand-Archive with Powershell
Expand-Archive [-Path] <String> [[-DestinationPath] <String>]
Expand-Archive -Path <Zippedfolder.Zip> -DestinationPath <Output Path>
|Decompressing CLIzip.zip and using the -Force in case files are already there|
|Original files have been unzipped|
In conclusion, this may be a handy way to zip up files for sending or storage. And/or noticing the Compress and Expand Archive powershell commands that are associated with zipping folders if seen in PS logs.
Done via command line.