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Discuss Powershell

Discuss Powershell Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Windows PowerShell is a command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. Its analogue in Linux is called as Bash Scripting. Built on the .NET Framework, Windows PowerShell helps IT professionals to control and automate the administration of the Windows operating system and applications that…

Powershell – Useful Resources

Powershell – Useful Resources Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The following resources contain additional information on Powershell. Please use them to get more in-depth knowledge on this. Useful Links on Powershell PowerShell Wiki – Wikipedia Reference for PowerShell. PowerShell Documentation – PowerShell Documentation Reference by Microsoft. https://powershell.org/ – PowerShell Official Website. Useful Books on…

Powershell – Quick Guide

Powershell – Quick Guide Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Powershell – Overview Windows PowerShell is a command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. It’s analogue in Linux is called as Bash Scripting. Built on the .NET Framework, Windows PowerShell helps IT professionals to control and automate the administration of the Windows…

Powershell – Alias

Powershell – Alias Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   PowerShell alias is another name for the cmdlet or for any command element. Creating Alias Use New-Alias cmdlet to create a alias. In the below example, we’ve created an alias help for Get-Help cmdlet. New-Alias -Name help -Value Get-Help Now invoke the alias. help Get-WmiObject -Detailed…

Powershell – Brackets

Powershell – Brackets Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Powershell supports three types of brackets. Parenthesis brackets. − () Braces brackets. − {} Square brackets. − [] Parenthesis brackets This type of brackets is used to pass arguments enclose multiple set of instructions resolve ambiguity create array Example > $array = @(“item1”, “item2”, “item3”) >…