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Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches (English Edition) 3rd Editie, Kindle-editie
Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches, Third Edition is an innovative tutorial designed for busy IT professionals. This updated edition covers PowerShell features that run on Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and later, PowerShell v3 and later, and includes v5 features like PowerShellGet.
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
About the Technology
PowerShell is both a scripting language and an administrative shell that lets you control and automate nearly every aspect of Windows. It accepts and executes commands interactively and you can write scripts to manage most Windows servers like Exchange, IIS, and SharePoint, as well as online services like Azure and Office 365.
About the Book
Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches, Third Edition is an innovative tutorial designed for busy IT professionals. Just set aside one hour a day - lunchtime would be perfect - for a month, and you'll be automating Windows tasks faster than you ever thought possible. This updated edition covers PowerShell features that run on Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and later, PowerShell v3 and later, and includes v5 features like PowerShellGet.
- Learn PowerShell from the beginning, no experience required!
- Covers PowerShell v3 and up, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2 and later
- Each lesson takes you an hour or less
About the Reader
Experience with Windows administration is helpful. No programming or scripting experience needed.
About the Author
Veteran PowerShell MVPs Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks bring years as successful trainers to this concise, easy-to-follow book.
Table of Contents
- Before you begin
- Meet PowerShell
- Using the help system
- Running commands
- Working with providers
- The pipeline: connecting commands
- Adding commands
- Objects: data by another name
- The pipeline, deeper
- Formatting - and why it's done on the right
- Filtering and comparisons
- A practical interlude
- Remote control: one-to-one, and one-to-many
- Using Windows Management Instrumentation and CIM
- Multitasking with background jobs
- Working with many objects, one at a time
- Security alert!
- Variables: a place to store your stuff
- Input and output
- Sessions: remote control with less work
- You call this scripting?
- Improving your parameterized script
- Advanced remoting configuration
- Using regular expressions to parse text files
- Additional random tips, tricks, and techniques
- Using someone else's script
- Never the end
- PowerShell cheat sheet
Over de auteur
Jeffery Hicks is a PowerShell MVP with 20 years of IT experience. Jeff blogs frequently on PowerShell related topics at http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog. --Deze tekst verwijst naar een alternatieve kindle_edition editie.
- ASIN : B09782BQ6R
- Uitgever : Manning; 3rd editie (22 december 2016)
- Taal : Engels
- Bestandsgrootte : 7652 KB
- Tekst-naar-spraak : Ingeschakeld
- Schermlezer : Ondersteund
- Verbeterd lettertype : Ingeschakeld
- X-Ray : Niet ingeschakeld
- Word Wise : Niet ingeschakeld
- Printlengte : 384 pagina's
- Plaats in bestsellerlijst: #13,150 in Kindle Store (Top 100 in bekijkenKindle Store)
Beste recensies uit andere landen
The book is very well written and does something that I find very rare in a "programming" book- It doesn't assume you already know how to already program.
There are definitely areas where it would be easier if you did have knowledge in a scripting/programming language and there are some bits where it assumes you have knowledge of certain IT related concepts (Active Directory, WMI, etc) but generally it starts at the very basics and works it's way up. Some of the lessons are quite frankly boring (this is why Powershell outputs data the way it does) but you have to stick with it because later on it makes sense as to why you should know this stuff. It really does help you build a foundation.
Going through this book has helped me tremendously in my role - I can use Powershell now to run commands on 100 servers in seconds when previously I would've spent days. So long story short, if you're working with servers, buy this book. Use it to learn how to automate your role more.
If you get a new copy you can even go to the Mannings website, make an account, key in some codes from pages in the book and it'll let you download a digital copy too.
Hope this helps. Please do mark it as a helpful if you think it is.
On the other hand, it does leave a ton of stuff out and there are some things that you may be interested in that are just not in the book. In no particular order:
- It mentions Powershell 5 a few times, but 99% of the theory and examples involve Powershell 3. It mentions Powershell running on MacOS and Linux, but most of the examples only work on Windows. Based on this, I really couldn't recommend this to anyone that has the older version.
- Almost all examples involve running only commands. Programming constructs are mentioned only in passing.
- Interacting with .NET classes is barely mentioned, only in a few examples.
- And the most annoying one: the authors explain how you can do intrumentation with two types of cmdlets: the legacy WMI and the more modern and the one that will be updated by Microsoft, CIM. They specifically say to use CIM going forward, after which they promptly use only WMI in examples. I assume the examples were from a previous edition and they didn't bother updating them.
All these issues aside, I still liked the book and it's a good read for people without any Powershell knowledge.
This book has been a revelation! A very enjoyable read with a great balance between being accessible yet not spoon feeding too much. I don't regret getting stuck in , but really I should have started here :-) Thanks Don and Jeffery, a great book.