Windows Power Shell Scripting

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Introduction to Windows Power Shell
•What Is Windows PowerShell?
•Windows Power Shell Architecture
•Overview of Cmdlet’s
•Working with Cmdlet’s
•Getting Cmdlet help
•Navigating Cmdlets
•Tab Expansion, Aliases, and History

Understanding Variables, Arrays, Operators
•Variables and Data Types
•Variable Scopes
•Arithmetic operators
•Conditional operators

Building Pipelines, Filters & Formatting data
•Using Pipelines
•Filtering and Iterating Through the Pipeline
•Recording Objects in a Pipeline
•Formatting data

Managing Windows Operating system
•Managing Processes
•Viewing, Starting, and Stopping Services
•Creating windows user accounts & Groups
•Managing event viewer
•Managing schedule jobs
•Managing roles and features

Administering Remote Computers
•Using Basic Remoting
•Using Advanced Remoting Techniques
•Using Remoting Sessions
•Enable Remoting on the Local Computer
•Performing One-to-One Remoting
•Performing One-to-Many Remoting

Introduction to Scripting with Windows PowerShell
•Writing Windows PowerShell Scripts
•Script Parameters
•Security in Windows PowerShell
•Customizing Windows PowerShell with Profiles

Implementing Flow Control and Conditions
•Controlling the Flow of Execution Within Scripts
•Iteration Flow Control
•Developing and Using Functions

Functions, Filters and Modules, Error Handling
•Functions and Filters
•Scripting with Functions and Parameters
•Error Handling
•Script Debugging

Working with Files, the Registry, Profiles
•Using Data Stores
•Using Providers
•Filtering and Selecting with Regular Expressions
•Implementing Event Log Management
•Persisting Objects in Files

Managing the Windows Operating System Using WMI
•Introduction to WMI and WMI Objects
•Managing Disks and Disk Volumes Using Windows PowerShell with WMI
•Managing Shadow Copies Using Windows PowerShell with WMI
•Managing Shared Folders with Windows PowerShell and WMI

Administering Microsoft Active Directory® with Windows PowerShell
•Administering Domains and Forests Using .NET Objects
•Managing User Accounts and Groups Using ADSI
•Managing Relationships Between Users and Groups

Administering Group Policy in Windows PowerShell Using COM
•Managing GPOs Using the GPMC COM Interface
•Managing Group Policy Objects
•Reporting Group Policy


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