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Windows PowerShell Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Scripting Microsoft's Command Shell

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How do you use Windows PowerShell to navigate the filesystem, manage files and folders, or retrieve a web page? This introduction to the PowerShell language and scripting environment provides more than 400 task-oriented recipes to help you solve all kinds of problems. Intermediate to advanced system administrators will find more than 100 tried-and-tested scripts they can c How do you use Windows PowerShell to navigate the filesystem, manage files and folders, or retrieve a web page? This introduction to the PowerShell language and scripting environment provides more than 400 task-oriented recipes to help you solve all kinds of problems. Intermediate to advanced system administrators will find more than 100 tried-and-tested scripts they can copy and use immediately. Updated for PowerShell 3.0, this comprehensive cookbook includes hands-on recipes for common tasks and administrative jobs that you can apply whether you’re on the client or server version of Windows. You also get quick references to technologies used in conjunction with PowerShell, including format specifiers and frequently referenced registry keys to selected .NET, COM, and WMI classes. Learn how to use PowerShell on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Tour PowerShell’s core features, including the command model, object-based pipeline, and ubiquitous scripting Master fundamentals such as the interactive shell, pipeline, and object concepts Perform common tasks that involve working with files, Internet-connected scripts, user interaction, and more Solve tasks in systems and enterprise management, such as working with Active Directory and the filesystem


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How do you use Windows PowerShell to navigate the filesystem, manage files and folders, or retrieve a web page? This introduction to the PowerShell language and scripting environment provides more than 400 task-oriented recipes to help you solve all kinds of problems. Intermediate to advanced system administrators will find more than 100 tried-and-tested scripts they can c How do you use Windows PowerShell to navigate the filesystem, manage files and folders, or retrieve a web page? This introduction to the PowerShell language and scripting environment provides more than 400 task-oriented recipes to help you solve all kinds of problems. Intermediate to advanced system administrators will find more than 100 tried-and-tested scripts they can copy and use immediately. Updated for PowerShell 3.0, this comprehensive cookbook includes hands-on recipes for common tasks and administrative jobs that you can apply whether you’re on the client or server version of Windows. You also get quick references to technologies used in conjunction with PowerShell, including format specifiers and frequently referenced registry keys to selected .NET, COM, and WMI classes. Learn how to use PowerShell on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Tour PowerShell’s core features, including the command model, object-based pipeline, and ubiquitous scripting Master fundamentals such as the interactive shell, pipeline, and object concepts Perform common tasks that involve working with files, Internet-connected scripts, user interaction, and more Solve tasks in systems and enterprise management, such as working with Active Directory and the filesystem

30 review for Windows PowerShell Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Scripting Microsoft's Command Shell

  1. 4 out of 5

    David Howell

    This appears to be a good reference book for developers who are already familiar with the basics/essence of PowerShell. As someone who is trying to learn/get an introduction to the shell, reading this book is like trying to drink from a fire hose. The book is huge. Just attempting to sit down and read it is too much. Typing in the examples as you go sort of helps, but there is just way-way too much here. It would take forever at that pace. Maybe I'll revisit this book at some future date when I' This appears to be a good reference book for developers who are already familiar with the basics/essence of PowerShell. As someone who is trying to learn/get an introduction to the shell, reading this book is like trying to drink from a fire hose. The book is huge. Just attempting to sit down and read it is too much. Typing in the examples as you go sort of helps, but there is just way-way too much here. It would take forever at that pace. Maybe I'll revisit this book at some future date when I've learned more about the topic from some other source.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    Good coverage of powershell. Helpful if you wanted a physical reference to have as a companion while working through the basics. Not a bedtime read.

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