Windows PowerShell 3.0 Step by Step (Step by Step Developer)

Windows PowerShell 3.0 Step by Step (Step by Step Developer)

Ed Wilson

Language: English

Pages: 696

ISBN: 0735663394

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Your hands-on, step-by-step guide to automating Windows® administration with Windows PowerShell® 3.0

Teach yourself the fundamentals of Windows PowerShell 3.0 command line interface and scripting language—one step at a time. Written by a leading scripting expert, this practical tutorial delivers learn-by-doing exercises, timesaving tips, and hands-on sample scripts for performing administrative tasks on both local and remote Windows systems.

Discover how to:

  • Use built-in cmdlets to execute commands
  • Write scripts to handle recurring tasks
  • Use providers to access information beyond the shell environment
  • Configure network components with Windows Management Instrumentation
  • Manage users, groups, and computers with Active Directory® services
  • Execute scripts to administer and troubleshoot Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

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System.Boolean Exists {get;} System.String Extension {get;} System.String FullName {get;} System.Boolean IsReadOnly {get;set;} System.DateTime LastAccessTime {get;set;} System.DateTime LastAccessTimeUtc {get;set;} System.DateTime LastWriteTime {get;set;} System.DateTime LastWriteTimeUtc {get;set;} System.Int64 Length {get;} System.String Name {get;} This concludes this procedure. Do not close Windows PowerShell. Leave it open for the next procedure. Creating folders and files 1. Use the.

Appears here: Start-Job -Name gps -ScriptBlock {gsv} 9. Now use the Get-Job cmdlet to retrieve the job with the name gps. Note that the command retrieves both jobs, as shown here: Get-Job -name gps Id -9 11 Name ---gps gps PSJobTypeName ------------BackgroundJob BackgroundJob State ----Completed Completed HasMoreData ----------False True Location -------localhost localhost 10. Use the Receive-Job cmdlet to retrieve the job ID associated with your new job. This time, use the -keep.

And maybe one day, you will find just the problem waiting for the solution that you have. Using the Foreach statement The Foreach statement resembles the For...Each...Next construction from VBScript. In the DemoForEachNext.vbs script you create an array of five numbers, 1 through 5. You then use the For...Each...Next statement to walk your way through the array that is contained in the variable ary. The variable i is used iterate through the elements of the array. The For...Each block is entered.

Similar manner to the Foreach statement but is designed to handle pipelined input. The difference is that you do not have to use an intermediate variable to hold the contents of the array. You can create the array and send it across the pipeline. The other difference is that you do not have to create a variable to use for the enumerator. You use the $_ automatic variable (which represents the current item on the pipeline) instead. This is shown here: PS C:\> 1..5 | ForEach-Object { $_ } 1 2 3 4 5.

Constant for the -option argument. Loop through a collection when you do not know how many items are in the collection Use the ForEach-Object cmdlet. Read the contents of a text file Use the Get-Content cmdlet and supply the path to the file as the value for the -path argument. Delete a folder Use the Remove-Item cmdlet and supply the path to the folder as the value for the -path argument. 170  Windows PowerShell 3 Step by Step CHAPTER 6 Working with Functions After completing this.

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