Interested in learning PowerShell? This Jump Start Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk persons about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, learn how PowerShell works – and how to make PowerShell work for you – from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy.
Instructors | Jeffrey Snover - Distinguished Engineer and Lead Architect; Consultant; Jason Helmick - Senior Technologist
Associated Course(s) | 20412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services; 20411: Administering Windows Server 2012; 20410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012
This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell.
Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability.
In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands.
This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists.
This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical.
This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works.
In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation.
This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
Please peruse this section for additional information that supports this Jump Start event. This is an opportunity for you to dive deeper into PowerShell 3.0 at your own pace.
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