PowerShell 7 Essential Training

PowerShell 7 Essential Training

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 3h 58m | 684 MB


PowerShell is a great tool for managing core infrastructure, general server and client administration, specific Windows services, and even elements of Azure. Jump-start your career and your IT environment by learning to use the latest version, PowerShell 7. Instructor Liam Cleary shows you how to ensure you’re using the administrator option in PowerShell, how to modify the PowerShell console, and how to choose a development environment. He introduces new features in PowerShell 7 and walks you through how to use PowerShell modules. Liam explains how to choose and execute commands, how to use variables, and how to create and manage objects. He steps you through how to enable the execution of scripts, how to create a reusable script, and how to create parameters. Liam covers different commands to use and how to execute them, then goes into when to use JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and how to import it. In conclusion, he discusses when to use remoting and the implications of doing so.

+ Table of Contents

1 Get up and running with PowerShell 7
2 What you should know
3 Why use PowerShell
4 Launch PowerShell as an administrator
5 Configure the PowerShell console
6 PowerShell development envionments
7 Configure development environments for PowerShell
8 PowerShell 7
9 Install PowerShell 7
10 Work with PowerShell modules
11 Discover commands
12 Explore help
13 Understand cmdlet syntax
14 Understand terse commands
15 Utilize variables
16 Understand PowerShell objects
17 PowerShell security
18 Create your first script
19 Parameter attributes for scripts and functions
20 Select information
21 Filter specific data
22 Control the flow of PowerShell
23 Ternary operators
24 Switch statements
25 Define custom help
26 Navigate the file system
27 Manage files and directories
28 Retrieve data
29 Work with JSON objects
30 Introduction to PowerShell remoting
31 Enable PowerShell remoting
32 Combine commands
33 Practical PowerShell remoting
34 Next steps