PowerShell 5 Part Online Series


Thought Leadership & Events

3/12/2012 2:00 PM (ET) – PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 1 of 5): PowerShell ‘SmowerShell’—Why You Should Learn Windows PowerShell https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032508049&Culture=en-US 

3/13/2012 2:00 PM (ET) – PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 2 of 5): Heard It through the Pipeline—How to Compound Windows PowerShell Commands for Fun and Profit https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032508051&Culture=en-US

3/14/2012 2:00 PM (ET) – PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 3 of 5): Sole Provider? Not Hardly—A Look at Windows PowerShell Providers https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032508053&Culture=en-US

3/15/2012 2:00 PM (ET) – PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 4 of 5): The Main Event—Windows PowerShell Does Event Logs https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032508058&Culture=en-US

3/16/2012 2:00:00 PM (ET) – PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 5 of 5): More Than Remotely Possible—Using Windows PowerShell to Manage the Remote Desktop https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032508060&Culture=en-US

Part 1 Description:

TechNet Webcast: PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 1 of 5): PowerShell ‘SmowerShell’—Why You Should Learn Windows PowerShell (Level 200)

Event ID: 1032508049

Language(s): English.

Product(s): Windows PowerShell.

Audience(s): IT Decision Maker and IT Generalist.

In this session, Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson discusses the fact that in addition to being the management future for Microsoft products, Windows PowerShell offers a number of compelling reasons for learning it. These reasons include the following:

  • It is powerful and provides the ability to collect and to consolidate information from multiple remote systems into a centralized view of the data.
  • It is safer than many other tools and offers the ability to prototype a command prior to the command execution.
  • There is also a confirmation mode that will let a network administrator or other IT professional selectively step through a group of commands to pick commands to execute or ignore.
  • It has built-in logging that provides documentation of not only what commands are executed but also the resultant output from those commands.
  • It contains numerous features to promote a high level of discoverability and intuitive usability. and demonstrations.

This session is heavy with practical tips and demonstrations.

Presenter:
Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy, Microsoft Corporation


Watch all 5 parts of this webcast series:

PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 1)… PowerShell ‘SmowerShell’—Why You Should Learn Windows PowerShell(REGISTER USING THE BUTTON TO THE RIGHT)

PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 2)… Heard It through the Pipeline—How to Compound Windows PowerShell Commands for Fun and Profit

PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 3)… Sole Provider? Not Hardly—A Look at Windows PowerShell Providers

PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 4)… The Main Event—Windows PowerShell Does Event Logs (Level 200)

PowerShell Essentials for the Busy Admin (Part 5)… More Than Remotely Possible—Using Windows PowerShell to Manage the Remote Desktop


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