Windows Power Shell Scripting Training

28/12/2014 Professional & Short Term Course

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Introduction to Windows Power Shell

  • What is Windows Power Shell?

  • Windows Power Shell Architecture

  • The .NET Framework and its Relationship to Windows Power Shell


Use of WMI and COM in Windows Power Shell Overview of Windows Power Shell

  • Overview of Objects

  • Working with Cmdlets

  • Tab Expansion, Aliases, and Hostory

  • Using Variable and Types



Building Pipelines for Assembly-Line Style Processing

  • Using Pipelines

  • Using Arrays

  • Filtering and Iterating Through the Pipeline

  • Recording Objects in a Pipeline


Managing Processes and Formatting Cmdlet Output

  • Managing Windows Processes with Windows Power Shell

  • Viewing Process Details

  • Filtering Processes by Property

  • Stopping Processes

  • Launching Processes

  • Viewing, Starting, and Stopping Services

  • Formatting Cmdlet Output

  • Default Formmmatter and Output Cmdlets

  • Alternatives to the Out-Default Cmdlets

  • Default Formmatter in Windows PowerShell

  • Using the Format-Wide, Format-Table, Format-List, and Format-Custom Cmdlets

  • Selecting Properties Using Select-Object


Introduction to Scripting With Windows Power Shell

  • Writing Windows PowerShell Scripts

  • Script Parameters

  • Security in Windows PowerShell

  • Customizing Windows PowerShell with Profiles


Implementing Flow Control and Functions

  • Controlling the Flow of Execution within Scripts

  • Iteration Flow Control

  • Developing and Using Functions


Working with Files, the Registery, and Certificate Stores

  • Using Data Stores

  • Using Providers

  • Filtering and Selecting with Regular Expressions

  • Implementing Event Log Management Persisting Object in Files


Managing the Windows Operating System Using Windows PowerShell and WMI

  • Introduction to WMI and WMI objects

  • Managing Disks and Disk Vloumes Using Windows PowerShell with WMI

  • Managing Shadow Copies Using Windows Power Shell 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 ADS Managing Relationship 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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