Discover the Fastest and Easiest Way to Master the Powershell Command Line
Powershell can be frustrating. Let's face it.
As incredibly useful as it is, there are a number of pecadillos that can make one reluctant to use it. Limiting what gets returned from a function to the pipeline, understanding Powershell's unique language with respect to other shells, distributed task execution in an enterprise environment, working with Devops-these are just a few qualms I hear people have with Powershell.
Well I'm here to put all these issues to rest. I've finally written the definitive guide on Powershell. It's meant to help you learn Powershell effortlessly-and with zero headaches. By the time you're done you'll find that Powershell is an amazing tool with limitless possibilities. For instance, you can esily change items with one simple line of code, make changes to a certain subset of items buried in thousands of others, and you can use objects to gather data or act on other objects that are related. So it's my mission to make sure you have success with Powershell the way I have.
In this book I'm going to give you a full overview of Powershell. I'm going to show you the difference between Powershell and other shells, and how to get into and manipulate the Powershell pipeline. You'll also get a series of tutorials on using some of the more well-known functions within the Powershell system.
Inside You'll also Discover:
How Powershell differs from other shells
Screenshot examples of Powershell commands
How to automate the Windows system using Powershell
How to analyze useful Powershell commands
A "secret" powershell command to use when systems need refreshing
Why Powershell is superior to BASH and most other programs
How to use the help system in Powershell
How to ensure security on Powershell
How to change execution policies so you can easily run your scripts
How to choose products that support Powershell
How to use Powershell with Devops
How to automate everything
How Powershells syntax differs from command prompt
Powershell Pipeline and Object Basics
How to use "Piping" to perform a specific action
How to use Filtering in Powershell
How to build Powerhsell functions that support Pipelines
A simple trick that helps keep syntaxes separate
How to understand parameters
Much, much more!