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Windows PowerShell 2.0 Bible.

By: Lee, Thomas.
Contributor(s): Mitschke, Karl | Schill, Mark E | Tanasovski, Tome.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Bible: Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2011Description: 1 online resource (698 p.).ISBN: 9781118183267.Subject(s): Computer programming | Microsoft windows (Computer file) | Scripting languages (Computer science) | Windows powershell (Computer program language)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Windows PowerShell 2.0 BibleDDC classification: 005.42 LOC classification: T385 .L384 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Windows PowerShell® 2.0 Bible; Contents; Introduction; Part I: Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction to Windows PowerShell; Managing Windows - The Challenges of the Past; Management in the Early Days; Management with Windows NT; Management with Windows Server 2003; Introducing Windows PowerShell; What Is Windows PowerShell?; Windows PowerShell as a Task Automation Platform; Windows PowerShell's Scripting Language; Windows PowerShell in Production Scripts and Admin GUIs; Key Windows PowerShell Concepts; Cmdlets; Objects; The Pipeline; Discovery and the Community; Get-Help; Get-Command
Get-MemberThe Windows PowerShell Community; Windows PowerShell Language Constructs; Variables; Operators; Expressions; Providers; Formatting Output; Default Formatting; Formatting Using Format-Table and Format-List; Formatting with Windows PowerShell Hashtables; Scripting; What Is a Script?; Alternation or Conditional Execution; Iteration - Operating on a Collection or Array; Error and Exception Handling; Extending Windows PowerShell with Snap-ins and Modules; Windows PowerShell Snap-ins; Windows PowerShell Modules; Installing Windows PowerShell; Windows PowerShell Version Support
Getting Windows PowerShell for Downlevel OSsScript Security and Execution Policy; Customizing Windows PowerShell with Profiles; What Is a Profile?; Where Are Your Profiles?; Managing Profiles in the Enterprise; Summary; Chapter 2: What's New in Windows PowerShell V2; The Road to V2; The Version 2 Betas; V2 in Windows 7/R2; V2 on Downlevel OSs; Using Remoting; What Is Remoting?; Windows PowerShell Remoting Architecture; Setting Up Remoting; Using Remoting; Serialization; Working with Jobs; What Is a Job?; Using Jobs; Potential Glitches Associated with Jobs; Using Advanced Functions
What's New with Advanced Functions?Comment-Based Help; Cmdlet Binding; Splatting; Working with Modules; What Is a Module?; Script Modules; Manifest Modules; Implicit Modules; Making Use of Eventing; What Is Eventing?; Using Eventing; Using the Integrated Scripting Environment; Supporting Transactions; The Need for Transactions; Transaction Support for V2; Debugging and Error Handling; Debugging from the Command Line; Using Try/Catch/ Finally; New Cmdlets; Summary; Part II: Windows Desktop; Chapter 3: Managing Windows 7; Troubleshooting Windows 7 with Windows PowerShell
Managing Windows SearchDiscovering Which Folders Are Currently Indexed; Adding Folders to the Index; Removing Folders from the Index; Re-Indexing the Search Catalog; Checking HotFix Status; Managing Files and Folders; Setting Security on Files and Folders; Listing Unique File Extensions; Counting a Specific Type of Files; Finding Empty Folders; Searching with Windows Search; Opening a File Using Its Default Handler; Summary; Chapter 4: Managing Microsoft Office 2010; Introducing the Office COM Objects; The Office Application Objects; Cleaning Up after Your Office Scripts
Automating Microsoft Word
Summary: Here's the complete guide to Windows PowerShell 2.0 for administrators and developers Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's next-generation scripting and automation language. This comprehensive volume provides the background that IT administrators and developers need in order to start using PowerShell automation in exciting new ways. It explains what PowerShell is, how to use the language, and specific ways to apply PowerShell in various technologies. Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's standard automation tool and something that every Windows administrator will eventually have to underst
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Windows PowerShell® 2.0 Bible; Contents; Introduction; Part I: Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction to Windows PowerShell; Managing Windows - The Challenges of the Past; Management in the Early Days; Management with Windows NT; Management with Windows Server 2003; Introducing Windows PowerShell; What Is Windows PowerShell?; Windows PowerShell as a Task Automation Platform; Windows PowerShell's Scripting Language; Windows PowerShell in Production Scripts and Admin GUIs; Key Windows PowerShell Concepts; Cmdlets; Objects; The Pipeline; Discovery and the Community; Get-Help; Get-Command

Get-MemberThe Windows PowerShell Community; Windows PowerShell Language Constructs; Variables; Operators; Expressions; Providers; Formatting Output; Default Formatting; Formatting Using Format-Table and Format-List; Formatting with Windows PowerShell Hashtables; Scripting; What Is a Script?; Alternation or Conditional Execution; Iteration - Operating on a Collection or Array; Error and Exception Handling; Extending Windows PowerShell with Snap-ins and Modules; Windows PowerShell Snap-ins; Windows PowerShell Modules; Installing Windows PowerShell; Windows PowerShell Version Support

Getting Windows PowerShell for Downlevel OSsScript Security and Execution Policy; Customizing Windows PowerShell with Profiles; What Is a Profile?; Where Are Your Profiles?; Managing Profiles in the Enterprise; Summary; Chapter 2: What's New in Windows PowerShell V2; The Road to V2; The Version 2 Betas; V2 in Windows 7/R2; V2 on Downlevel OSs; Using Remoting; What Is Remoting?; Windows PowerShell Remoting Architecture; Setting Up Remoting; Using Remoting; Serialization; Working with Jobs; What Is a Job?; Using Jobs; Potential Glitches Associated with Jobs; Using Advanced Functions

What's New with Advanced Functions?Comment-Based Help; Cmdlet Binding; Splatting; Working with Modules; What Is a Module?; Script Modules; Manifest Modules; Implicit Modules; Making Use of Eventing; What Is Eventing?; Using Eventing; Using the Integrated Scripting Environment; Supporting Transactions; The Need for Transactions; Transaction Support for V2; Debugging and Error Handling; Debugging from the Command Line; Using Try/Catch/ Finally; New Cmdlets; Summary; Part II: Windows Desktop; Chapter 3: Managing Windows 7; Troubleshooting Windows 7 with Windows PowerShell

Managing Windows SearchDiscovering Which Folders Are Currently Indexed; Adding Folders to the Index; Removing Folders from the Index; Re-Indexing the Search Catalog; Checking HotFix Status; Managing Files and Folders; Setting Security on Files and Folders; Listing Unique File Extensions; Counting a Specific Type of Files; Finding Empty Folders; Searching with Windows Search; Opening a File Using Its Default Handler; Summary; Chapter 4: Managing Microsoft Office 2010; Introducing the Office COM Objects; The Office Application Objects; Cleaning Up after Your Office Scripts

Automating Microsoft Word

Here's the complete guide to Windows PowerShell 2.0 for administrators and developers Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's next-generation scripting and automation language. This comprehensive volume provides the background that IT administrators and developers need in order to start using PowerShell automation in exciting new ways. It explains what PowerShell is, how to use the language, and specific ways to apply PowerShell in various technologies. Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's standard automation tool and something that every Windows administrator will eventually have to underst

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Thomas Lee is a writer, trainer, and consultant living in the UK. A veteran MVP, Thomas today specializes in PowerShell, OCS/Lync, and Windows. <p> Karl Mitschke is a systems engineer for the state of Montana. His focus is Microsoft Exchange administration, with an emphasis on Windows PowerShell.</p> <p> Mark E. Schill is the President of the Atlanta PowerShell User group and maintains the powershellgroup.org site. He specializes in Citrix environments and task automation.</p> <p> Tome Tanasovski is a Windows engineer for a Fortune 100 financial services firm and the leader of the New York City PowerShell User Group. He is a recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for Windows PowerShell.</p>

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