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win-powershell-lab : Pearson: Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours Labs

Pearson: Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours Labs
ISBN : 978-1-61691-880-4
Gain hands-on experience in Windows PowerShell with Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours performance-based labs. Performance-based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course & training. Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours performance-based labs provide the understanding of PowerShell module, its usage for different functions and gives experience in installing and configuring PowerShell, finding and discovering Windows PowerShell commands, managing Windows PowerShell providers, and much more.   

Here's what you will get

Performance based lab

Here's what you will learn

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Determining 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
  • Determining Windows version
  • Determining .NET Framework version
  • Observing Windows PowerShell commands
  • Adding Grouping to the Mix
  • 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
  • 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
  • Retrieving metadata
  • Retrieving properties available with get-process
  • Retrieving methods available with get-process
  • Retrieving particular data
  • Working with objects and members
  • Investigating the Windows PowerShell Pipeline
  • Introducing hash tables
  • Stopping the print spooler service
  • Using array object
  • Experimenting with Pipeline Parameter Binding
  • 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
  • Viewing PSDrives on the system
  • Displaying the results in an interactive table
  • Formatting the result as a table
  • Exporting and converting Windows PowerShell output
  • Enabling remoting using Windows PowerShell
  • Establishing a remote session
  • Setting execution policy
  • Creating a new job
  • Creating a scheduled PowerShell job
  • Retrieving help files as a job and output them in a three-column wide display
  • Writing a simple Windows PowerShell script file
  • Using the PowerShell CIM commands
  • Using Get-WMI object
  • Installing an application from a subdirectory
  • Installing software with OneGet
  • Verifying that the WinRar archiver is installed on your system
  • Viewing that options are available for the Windows Feature DSC resource
  • Creating and updating a DSC configuration
  • Understanding loop and iteration
  • Leveraging the PowerShell Community to edit an existing script
  • Adding a PSSnapin to your session
  • Getting recent event log
  • Creating organizational units
  • Creating groups
  • Creating domain user accounts in bulk
  • Creating a new database
  • Creating a new table
  • Inserting data into a table