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Microsoft PowerShell for Windows: Aliases, Providers, and Objects


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
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Overview/Description
Every time you work in PowerShell in any one of its guises as a host application or ISE, you are working in the context of a provider. Aliases in Windows PowerShell are a kind of shorthand for a cmdlet. This course covers Windows PowerShell 4.0 aliases and providers. And continues to cover the pipeline and working with objects and rounds off with formatting output.

Target Audience
Windows administrators and developers who wish to use PowerShell

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
2.6

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft PowerShell for Windows: Aliases, Providers, and Objects

  • start the course
  • use aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
  • create custom aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
  • create custom aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
  • create custom aliases in Windows PowerShell to perform various functions in Windows
  • save aliases in Windows PowerShell for reuse at a later date
  • describe providers in Windows PowerShell
  • find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
  • find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
  • find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
  • find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
  • find and access providers in Windows PowerShell
  • describe the pipeline in Windows PowerShell
  • manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
  • manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
  • manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
  • manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
  • manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
  • manipulate objects through Windows PowerShell
  • sort pipeline output in Windows PowerShell
  • format the output of Windows PowerShell commands
  • format the output of Windows PowerShell commands
  • format the output of Windows PowerShell commands
  • use aliases, providers, objects, and pipes
  • Course Number:
    mw_psws_a02_it_enus