Will you learn every Microsoft PowerShell CMD? What is Microsoft PowerShell? According to Microsoft, Powershell is a scripting language, commonly used for automating the management of systems. It is also used to build, test, and deploy solutions, often in CI/CD environments. PowerShell is built on the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR).
Here is a list of every PowerShell command that has been shared on Yeta’s Facebook account
- Did you know that Windows AD, with a forest functional level of at least Windows 2016 supports time-based group membership?
- get-member is your go-to cmdlet if you want to understand the object nature of PowerShell. But there’s another PS cmdlet that can be very handy especially if you want to know an object’s properties; the format-list cmdlet. You can think of format-list as an assistant to get-member.
- Understanding PowerShell’s discoverability features is what will lead you to its mastery. These discoverability features are hidden in the following 3 core fundamental commands: 1. get-help, 2. get-command and 3. get-member
- In PowerShell, cls and dir are cmdlet aliases which I use every day. What about you?
- The Search-AdminAuditLog is such a powerful PowerShell cmdlet. The auditing in Exchange could be of great use to aid in troubleshooting your messaging environment
- In Microsoft Exchange, which PowerShell cmdlet(s) can you use to discover the number of domain controllers in your AD infrastructure, without relying on any AD-specific PowerShell cmdlets?
- PowerShell remoting is an applied science. There’s really nothing magic about the technology. Just out of curiosity, READ the following about topics:
about_Remote | about_Remote_Disconnected_Sessions | about_Remote_FAQ, | about_Remote_Jobs,5. about_Remote_Output | about_Remote_Requirements, | about_Remote_Troubleshooting | about_Remote_Variables | about_PSSessions | about_PSSession_Details
- My fellow PowerShell enthusiasts, there’s new module on the PowerShell gallery, Microsoft.PowerShell.WhatsNew. It has a cmdlet Get-WhatsNew which displays release notes about a version of PowerShell.
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