Windows Powershell

(win-powershell-complete) / ISBN : 978-1-61691-879-8
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Lessons

25+ Lessons | 72+ Quizzes |

TestPrep

63+ Pre Assessment Questions | 2+ Full Length Tests | 100+ Post Assessment Questions | 200+ Practice Test Questions

Hands-On Labs

71+ LiveLab | 00+ Minutes

Video Lessons

23+ Videos | 04:38+ Hours

1

Introduction

  • Who Should Take This Course
  • How This Course Is Organized
  • Conventions Used in This Course
  • System Requirements
  • Design Elements Used in This Course
2

Getting to Know Windows PowerShell

  • Why You Should Learn Windows PowerShell
  • Brief History of Windows PowerShell
  • Understanding the Windows PowerShell Components
  • Investigating the Power and Simplicity of Windows PowerShell
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
3

Installing and Configuring Windows PowerShell

  • Determining Your Windows PowerShell Environment
  • Installing the Latest Version of Windows PowerShell
  • Customizing the Windows PowerShell Console
  • Try it Yourself
  • Customizing the Windows PowerShell ISE
  • Summary
  • Q&A
4

Mastering the Windows PowerShell Help System

  • Anatomy of a Windows PowerShell Cmdlet
  • Updating the Windows PowerShell Help Library
  • Understanding Windows PowerShell Help Syntax
  • Try it Yourself
  • Accessing Additional Command Help
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
5

Finding and Discovering Windows PowerShell Commands

  • How Windows PowerShell Commands Are Packaged
  • Installing RSAT Tools on Windows 8.1
  • Try it Yourself
  • Locating Windows PowerShell Commands
  • Try it Yourself
  • Running External Commands
  • Summary
  • Q&A
6

Thinking in Terms of Objects

  • The Problem with UNIX/Linux
  • What Is an Object?
  • Discovering Object Members
  • Putting Objects into Action
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
7

Mastering the Windows PowerShell Pipeline

  • Understanding How the Pipeline Works from a High Level
  • Understanding in Depth How the Pipeline Works
  • Try it Yourself
  • Passing Data Through the Pipeline
  • Try it Yourself
  • "Forcing" Objects Through the Pipeline
  • Summary
  • Q&A
8

Sorting, Filtering, and Measuring Windows PowerShell Output

  • Sorting Output
  • Filtering Output
  • Try it Yourself
  • Measuring Objects
  • Summary
  • Q&A
9

Managing Windows PowerShell Providers

  • What Are Providers?
  • Introduction to Default PSDrives
  • Using the FileSystem Provider
  • Try it Yourself
  • Using the Alias Provider
  • Using the Registry Provider
  • Using Extended Providers
  • Summary
  • Q&A
10

Formatting, Exporting, and Converting Windows PowerShell Output

  • How the PowerShell Formatting Subsystem Works
  • Formatting PowerShell Output
  • Exporting PowerShell Output
  • Converting PowerShell Output
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
11

Implementing One-to-One Windows PowerShell Remoting

  • Understanding Classic Windows PowerShell Remote Access
  • Introducing "True" PowerShell Remoting
  • Enabling Windows PowerShell Remoting
  • Creating a Windows PowerShell Remote Session
  • Sending Scripts over the Network
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
12

Implementing One-to-Many Windows PowerShell Remoting

  • One-to-Many Remote Access in the Classic Scenario
  • One-to-Many Remoting with Persistent Sessions
  • Managing Session Configurations
  • One-to-Many Remoting with the Windows PowerShell ISE
  • Try it Yourself
  • Passing Input to Remote Commands
  • Summary
  • Q&A
13

Deploying Windows PowerShell Web Access

  • Introducing Windows PowerShell Web Access
  • Setting Up the Windows PSWA Gateway
  • Testing the Windows PSWA User Experience
  • Managing the Gateway
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
14

Multitasking Windows PowerShell

  • Investigating the PowerShell Job Architecture
  • Controlling Job Behavior
  • Understanding Parent and Child Jobs
  • Introducing the –AsJob Parameter
  • Scheduling Jobs
  • Reviewing What We've Learned
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
15

Harnessing Windows PowerShell Workflow

  • Understanding How Windows PowerShell Workflow Works
  • Try it Yourself
  • Writing Your First Windows PowerShell Workflow
  • Running a Workflow as a Job
  • Understanding Workflow Activities
  • Tying Everything Together
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
16

Introducing WMI and CIM

  • Defining WMI and CIM
  • Getting Comfortable with WMI
  • Try it Yourself
  • Using Windows PowerShell WMI Commands
  • Using Windows PowerShell CIM Commands
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
17

Searching and Filtering with Regular Expressions

  • Revisiting the Wildcard Operators
  • Understanding Regular Expressions
  • Using the –Match Parameter
  • Using Select-String
  • Try it Yourself
  • Using the RegEx Type Accelerator
  • Summary
  • Q&A
18

Managing Software with Windows PowerShell OneGet

  • Understanding IT-Related Terminology
  • Preparing Your Environment
  • Browsing Package Repositories
  • Installing Software from the Command Line
  • Try it Yourself
  • Managing Providers and Packages
  • Hosting a Private OneGet Repository
  • Summary
  • Q&A
19

Desired State Configuration Basics

  • Historical Background of DSC
  • Basic Tenets of DSC
  • DSC Authoring Environment
  • Configuring the DSC Environment
  • Writing Your First Configuration Script
  • Try it Yourself
  • A Word on DSC Push Configuration
  • Summary
  • Q&A
20

Introduction to Windows PowerShell Scripting

  • Managing Execution Policy
  • Writing Our First Script: The User Profile
  • Writing a PowerShell Function
  • Adding Programming Logic
  • Running Scripts
  • Try it Yourself
  • Pointers to Master PowerShell Scripting
  • Summary
  • Q&A
21

Making PowerShell Code Portable with Modules

  • Understanding Snap-Ins
  • Introducing PowerShell Modules
  • Creating Your First PowerShell Script Module
  • Using Module Manifests
  • Adding Comment-Based Help
  • Try it Yourself
  • Finding Modules Easily
  • Summary
  • Q&A
22

Managing Active Directory with Windows PowerShell

  • Installing Active Directory
  • Creating Common Active Directory Objects
  • Try it Yourself
  • Understanding Various AD Administrative Tasks
  • Summary
  • Q&A
23

Managing SQL Server with Windows PowerShell

  • Running PowerShell Using SQL Server Tools
  • Interacting with SQL Server Using PowerShell
  • Automating Common SQL Server DBA Tasks
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
24

Managing SharePoint Server with Windows PowerShell

  • Understanding the Environment
  • Deploying a Service Application
  • Deploying a Web Application
  • Deploying a Site Collection
  • Setting Permissions on a Site Collection
  • Reporting on a SharePoint Farm
  • Try it Yourself
  • Summary
  • Q&A
25

Managing Microsoft Azure with Windows PowerShell

  • Defining Microsoft Azure
  • Preparing Your Azure-PowerShell Environment
  • Working with Azure Virtual Machines
  • Try it Yourself
  • Managing Office 365 and SharePoint Online with Azure
  • Summary
  • Q&A

1

Getting to Know Windows PowerShell

  • Determining Windows PowerShell version
  • Displaying the Identity of the Current Windows PowerShell Host
  • Getting event log information with Windows PowerShell
  • Creating and Opening a Text Log File in Notepad
2

Installing and Configuring Windows PowerShell

  • Determining Windows version
  • Determining .NET Framework version
  • Observing Windows PowerShell Commands
  • Adding Grouping to the Mix
3

Mastering the Windows PowerShell Help System

  • Retrieving AD Commands on a Windows server Domain Controller
  • Retrieving a sorted list of verbs
  • Fetching the help article from Microsoft web servers
  • Updating help library of a module
  • Viewing help content
  • Saving help files on an online system
  • Understanding Windows PowerShell help syntax
  • Investigating Windows PowerShell help
  • Taking Windows PowerShell help to the next level
  • Displaying command options in a graphical window
4

Finding and Discovering Windows PowerShell Commands

  • Viewing registered snap-ins
  • Adding a registered snap-in
  • Retrieving a list of available modules
  • Importing an available module
  • Showing number of commands contained in the PsReadline module
  • Discovering Windows PowerShell commands
  • Opening Internet Explorer using PowerShell
  • Opening the PDF directly using Windows PowerShell
5

Thinking in Terms of Objects

  • Retrieving metadata
  • Retrieving properties available with get-process
  • Retrieving methods available with get-process
  • Retrieving particular data
  • Working with objects and members
6

Mastering the Windows PowerShell Pipeline

  • Introducing hash tables
  • Investigating the Windows PowerShell Pipeline
  • Stopping the print spooler service
  • Using array object
  • Experimenting with Pipeline Parameter Binding
7

Sorting, Filtering, and Measuring Windows PowerShell Output

  • Sorting output in ascending order
  • Sorting on multiple criteria
  • Playing with PowerShell comparison operators
  • Filtering the output displaying the name, status and display name
  • Understanding measure-object
8

Managing Windows PowerShell Providers

  • Viewing PSDrives on the system
9

Formatting, Exporting, and Converting Windows PowerShell Output

  • Displaying the results in an interactive table
  • Formatting the result as a table
  • Exporting and converting Windows PowerShell output
10

Implementing One-to-One Windows PowerShell Remoting

  • Enabling remoting using Windows PowerShell
  • Establishing a remote session
  • Setting execution policy
12

Deploying Windows PowerShell Web Access

  • Managing gateway
13

Multitasking Windows PowerShell

  • Creating a new job
  • Creating a scheduled PowerShell job
  • Retrieving help files as a job and output them in a three-column wide display
14

Harnessing Windows PowerShell Workflow

  • Writing a simple Windows PowerShell script file
15

Introducing WMI and CIM

  • Using the PowerShell CIM commands
  • Using Get-WMI object
17

Managing Software with Windows PowerShell OneGet

  • Installing an application from a subdirectory
  • Installing software with OneGet
  • Verifying that the WinRar archiver is installed on your system
18

Desired State Configuration Basics

  • Viewing that options are available for the Windows Feature DSC resource
  • Creating and updating a DSC configuration
19

Introduction to Windows PowerShell Scripting

  • Understanding loop and iteration
  • Writing a PowerShell Function
20

Making PowerShell Code Portable with Modules

  • Adding a PSSnapin to your session
  • Getting recent event log
21

Managing Active Directory with Windows PowerShell

  • Creating organizational units
  • Creating groups
  • Creating domain user accounts in bulk
22

Managing SQL Server with Windows PowerShell

  • Creating a new database
  • Creating a new table
  • Inserting data into a table
23

Managing SharePoint Server with Windows PowerShell

  • Viewing site collections

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