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Microsoft PowerShell for Windows E-Learning Kurs

Microsoft PowerShell for Windows E-Learning Kurs

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Bestellen Sie diesen einzigartigen E-Learning Kurs Microsoft PowerShell for Windows online, 1 Jahr rund um die Uhr Zugriff auf umfangreiche interaktive Videos, Fortschritte durch Berichte und Tests.

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Bestellen Sie diesen großartigen, preisgekrönten Microsoft PowerShell for Windows E-Learning Kurs online, 1 Jahr rund um die Uhr Zugriff auf umfangreiche interaktive Videos, Reden, praktische Aufgaben und Fortschrittsüberwachung. Nach dem Kurs erhalten Sie eine Teilnahmebescheinigung

Kursinhalt

Windows PowerShell is a powerful task automation and configuration management framework, as well as being an administrator-friendly entry point to the .NET Framework. In this course, you will learn about the Windows PowerShell 4.0 environment and PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment. You'll also learn how to get help, when needed, through the extensible help system built into Windows PowerShell.

Prerequisites

None

Target Audience

Windows administrators and developers who wish to use PowerShell.

Objectives

PowerShell Overview

start the course

describe Windows PowerShell and its relation to the .NET Framework
list the reasons why you would want to learn Windows PowerShell
describe the differences between Windows PowerShell and the Windows command-line
list the major version differences in Windows PowerShell
determine the version of the Windows Management Framework and Windows PowerShell
determine the version of the Windows Management Framework and Windows PowerShell

PowerShell ISE

list best practices for working with Windows PowerShell
update the Windows Management Framework
launch the Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment
manage script execution with the Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment
manage Windows with other Windows PowerShell Host Applications

Command Structure

describe the difference between commands and cmdlets in Windows PowerShell
describe the structure of a Windows PowerShell cmdlet
use Windows command-line commands in Windows PowerShell
discover new commands in Windows PowerShell
update the help files for Windows PowerShell

Command Syntax

edit fonts and layout in Windows PowerShell
navigate Windows PowerShell commands using Tab
access the command history in Windows PowerShell
use well-formed Windows PowerShell syntax to get help in Windows PowerShell
use well-formed Windows PowerShell syntax to get help in Windows PowerShell
use well-formed Windows PowerShell syntax to get help in Windows PowerShell
use the help system in Windows PowerShell

Practice: PowerShell Fundamentals

understand PowerShell and its integrated scripting environment

Microsoft PowerShell for Windows: Aliases, Providers, and Objects

Course:  2 Hours, 34 Minutes
Expertise Level:  Beginner

Overview

Every time you work in PowerShell in any one of its guises as a host application or ISE, you are working in the context of a provider. Aliases in Windows PowerShell are a kind of shorthand for a cmdlet. This course covers Windows PowerShell 4.0 aliases and providers. And continues to cover the pipeline and working with objects and rounds off with formatting output.

Prerequisites

None

Target Audience

Windows administrators and developers who wish to use PowerShell

Objectives

Aliases

start the course
use aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
create custom aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
create custom aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
create custom aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
save aliases in Windows PowerShell for reuse at a later date

Providers

describe providers in Windows PowerShell
find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
find and access providers in Windows PowerShell

Pipeline and Objects

describe the pipeline in Windows PowerShell
manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
sort pipeline output in Windows PowerShell

Formatting Output

format the output of Windows PowerShell commands
format the output of Windows PowerShell commands
format the output of Windows PowerShell commands

Practice: Using Aliases, Providers, and Objects

use aliases, providers, objects, and pipes

Microsoft PowerShell for Windows: Remoting and Modules

Course:  2 Hours, 38 Minutes
Expertise Level:  Beginner

Overview

The ability to remotely run commands on a group of remote system is one of the key advantages of Windows PowerShell. Extensibility through modules and snap-ins is another key advantage. This course covers Windows PowerShell 4.0 one-to-one and one-to-many remoting, snap-ins, and modules.

Prerequisites

None

Target Audience

Windows administrators and developers looking to use PowerShell

Objectives

One-to-One Remoting

start the course
describe the architecture for running remote Windows PowerShell commands
run a script on a remote Windows host using Windows PowerShell
enable remote access on a Windows host using Windows PowerShell
start a Windows PowerShell session on a remote Windows host
manage PowerShell remote sessions using Windows PowerShell

One-to-Many Remoting

use fan-out remoting to connect to multiple Windows PowerShell hosts
manage execution policy for Windows PowerShell remoting
restrict remote execution policy by instance in Windows PowerShell
configure TrustedHosts for Windows PowerShell remoting
describe common mistakes with Windows PowerShell and how to avoid them

Modules and Customization

differentiate between snap-ins and modules in Windows PowerShell
work with modules and snap-ins in Windows PowerShell
send command output to CSV and XML file formats in Windows PowerShell
send command output to HTML in Windows PowerShell
list module dependencies in Windows PowerShell
create and run a function in Windows PowerShell
build queries with Select and Where in Windows PowerShell
use line breaks and color coding to improve readability in Windows PowerShell
construct a Windows PowerShell query with the Like operator
use dot sourcing to execute a Windows PowerShell script
describe best practices for Windows PowerShell scripting
list sources of further learning for Windows PowerShell

Practice: Remoting, Modules, and Customization

run PowerShell commands remotely and extend use snap-ins and modules

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