- MSH is a new command-line shell for Microsoft server products, including the long-awaited Longhorn server, and will eventually ship with all major Microsoft products, making it the must-know technology
- MSH will replace current command lines in new Microsoft products and can be used to write shell scripts similar to those used with Unix and Linux
- Discusses how MSH enables all of the .NET Framework objects to become accessible via scripting, making it a very powerful addition to any developer's or administrator's toolbox
- Readers are guided through all the ins and outs of MSH and learn how to create powerful solutions; run scripts, programs, and commands; customize the MSH environment; handle data; manage files and disks; and script solutions and .NET objects
1. Getting Started with Windows PowerShell.
2. The Need for Windows PowerShell.
3. The Windows PowerShell Approach.
4. Using the Interactive Shell.
5. Using Snapins, Startup Files, and Preferences.
7. Filtering and Formatting Output.
8. Using Trusting Operations.
9. Retrieving and Working with Data.
10. Scripting with Windows PowerShell.
11. Additional Windows PowerShell Language Constructs.
12. Processing Text.
13. COM Automation.
14. Scripting .NET.
15. Using Windows PowerShell Tools for Discovery.
17. Working with Errors and Exceptions.
19. Working with the File System.
20. Working with the Registry.
21. Working with Environment Variables.
22. Working with Logs.
23. Working with WMI.
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