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  • The goal of this course is to show you how to fully automate repetitive tasks and ongoing maintenance processes in Exchange Server 2007. Even if you've never written a script, this hands-on course will teach you how to write your own automation scripts. This course also covers SQL database creation scripts and PowerShell automation scripts. This course is ideal for beginner or intermediate Exchange administrators with basic Exchange Server 2007 experience.

  • In this Play by Play, Windows Server guru Mark Minasi turns the tables on Pluralsight's Gary Eimerman and challenges him to discover PowerShell with his assistance. Before this course, Gary had never used PowerShell, and that's just the point. With the built-in help commands and the occasional help of a search engine, any administrator can learn to use PowerShell to automate tasks and access information that isn't available through the GUI.

  • The Case for PowerShell by Mark Minasi

    In this course, Mark Minasi makes the case for learning PowerShell, and shows why it's one of the most valuable tools an admin can learn. If you run a Windows network, learning PowerShell will help you do your job, keep your job, and enjoy your job more.

  • In this course we will go over configuring a SharePoint 2013 farm using only PowerShell. From Farm administration, Service Applications and Backup and Restores, we will cover all of this with a focus on ending the course with Automation.

  • In this course, viewers will learn to install a 3 tier SharePoint 2013 farm by using PowerShell and install a Workflow Manager Server as well as an Office Web Apps server. Viewers will also learn how to setup the new Apps for SharePoint 2013 to be able to install their own custom Apps or Apps from the Store.

  • PowerShell Gotchas by Jim Christopher

    PowerShell is the de facto standard for automation and administration on Windows systems. The central design mantra in PowerShell is Think-Type-Get. That is: Think what you want, Type it, and Get the results. Unfortunately this mantra doesn't always work - PowerShell combines concepts from other languages (Perl, Python, and VBScript for example) and borrows ideas from other platforms (like pipelining in Bash). This creates an experience that feels familiar, but fails to behave consistently with our experiences. This creates "gotchas." In this course, we will analyze some specific cases of PowerShell's strange behavior in order to better understand how and why PowerShell works the way it does.

  • WMI and Powershell by Thomas Lee

    WMI is a fantastic management tool that is built right into Windows client and server. With PowerShell, you can access all off WMI simply and easily. This course shows you how you can do that.

  • PowerShell is Microsoft's full featured scripting language. Built on the .Net Framework, it is extensible, powerful, and easy to work with. In this course you'll begin your path to PowerShell mastery by learning the basics, including: how to customize the User Interfaces; basic PowerShell commands; variables; loops; branching; script blocks; working with files; processing user input; creating and extending functions.

  • This course, targeted at intermediate SCCM administrators, will show you a lot of examples of useful PowerShell scripting methods in order to manage software on your clients. This course will go through numerous, typical examples of challenges that you might run into when deploying software to clients that need a little scripting help.

  • PowerShell v4 is default on Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, but it can also be installed on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. While it doesn't offer quite the jump in functionality compared to what happened between version 2 and 3, there are a few new features you might want to understand. This course is intended to jumpstart your PowerShell v4 work with the assumption that you have been using PowerShell v3.

  • Part 3 of 3 in the Windows PowerShell Fundamentals series. With this in-depth course, you will get a comprehensive introductory look at Windows PowerShell. You’ll walk away with extensive knowledge of the PowerShell scripting language and have a solid foundation to build upon. This course is recommended to those who have no experience with Windows PowerShell and who are looking to get started.

  • Part 2 of 3 in the Windows PowerShell Fundamentals series. With this in-depth course, you will get a comprehensive introductory look at Windows PowerShell. You’ll walk away with extensive knowledge of the PowerShell scripting language and have a solid foundation to build upon. This course is recommended to those who have no experience with Windows PowerShell and who are looking to get started.

  • Part 1 of 3 in the Windows PowerShell Fundamentals series. With this in-depth course, you will get a comprehensive introductory look at Windows PowerShell. You'll walk away with extensive knowledge of the PowerShell scripting language and have a solid foundation to build upon. This course is recommended to those who have no experience with Windows PowerShell and who are looking to get started.

  • Part 2 of 3 in the Windows Server 2008 PowerShell series. This course is aimed at teaching Windows administrators a broad range of management tasks using Windows PowerShell 2.0. The focus is on general Windows Server 2008 R2 administration. These are topics that apply to all server roles. Emphasis is made on using Microsoft authored cmdlets in an interactive console session. Writing scripts and functions will be introduced to you, including 10 tasks that help every Windows Admin. This course takes a task-oriented approach, that is, how do I accomplish a typical management task using Windows PowerShell?

  • Part 3 of 3 in the Windows Server 2008 PowerShell series. This course is aimed at teaching Windows administrators a broad range of management tasks using Windows PowerShell 2.0. The focus is on general Windows Server 2008 R2 administration. These are topics that apply to all server roles. Emphasis is made on using Microsoft authored cmdlets in an interactive console session. Writing scripts and functions will be introduced to you, including 10 tasks that help every Windows Admin. This course takes a task-oriented approach, that is, how do I accomplish a typical management task using Windows PowerShell?

  • Part 1 of 3 in the Windows Server 2008 PowerShell series. This course is aimed at teaching Windows administrators a broad range of management tasks using Windows PowerShell 2.0. The focus is on general Windows Server 2008 R2 administration. These are topics that apply to all server roles. Emphasis is made on using Microsoft authored cmdlets in an interactive console session. Writing scripts and functions will be introduced to you, including 10 tasks that help every Windows Admin. This course takes a task-oriented approach, that is, how do I accomplish a typical management task using Windows PowerShell?

  • Part 2 of 2 in the PowerShell v3 New Features series. Sharpen your PowerShell skills and get a jumpstart on the features of version 3.0 in this advanced PowerShell training by MVP Jeff Hicks. This course will give you a thorough overview of shell, command, and remoting enhancements, as well as hands-on demos and sample commands for using PowerShell ISE. Automate more tasks and become even more efficient by learning all the impressive features in PowerShell v3.

  • This course is Part 1 of 2 in the PowerShell v3 New Features series. Sharpen your PowerShell skills and get a jumpstart on the features of version 3.0 in this advanced PowerShell training by MVP Jeff Hicks. This course will give you a thorough overview of shell, command, and remoting enhancements, as well as hands-on demos and sample commands for using PowerShell ISE. Automate more tasks and become even more efficient by learning all the impressive features in PowerShell v3.

  • Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 implement an RFC standards based DHCP Service that can be used to provision IP host address configuration information to IPv4 and IPv6 clients. This course starts with an overview of DHCP then, looks at installing DHCP as well as managing DHCP Scopes, Options, classes, reservations, and policies. The course also examines managing DHCP fail over and general management of DHCP Servers. There are also extensive demos and sets of best practices.

  • When it comes to administering and automating SharePoint 2010, 2013, and Office 365, there is no better tool than Windows PowerShell. After going through this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge necessary to be productive with PowerShell. In the first two modules, you'll get a jump start on PowerShell where you'll learn everything from basic syntax to creating functions and scripts, all within the context of SharePoint. Next, you'll discover what's new when it comes to using PowerShell V3 with SharePoint 2013. Administering SharePoint with PowerShell does not mean that you're limited to what you can do directly on the server, and in this course you'll learn everything you need to know to manage your Farm remotely, whether you are using Office 365 or an on-premises installation. And finally, sometimes the out of the box cmdlets just aren't enough - so we'll teach you how to create your own custom cmdlets that you can deploy to your SharePoint Farm. After completing this course, you'll be on your way to becoming a SharePoint superstar, with the core knowledge you need to start administering and automating SharePoint using Windows PowerShell.

  • Extending Powershell by Jimmy Skowronski

    PowerShell is a powerful and flexible platform that opens a lot of possibilities. This course starts with an overview of Cmdlets development, and explains in depth processing input and output, finally it progress to more advanced concepts. The course covers topics such as environment automation, deployment or help files. After this course you will be able to benefit from PowerShell and create your own Cmdlets.

  • Version 3 of PowerShell was a major upgrade from the previous version: over 2000 new cmdlets, new language enhancements, PowerShell Web Access, OData support, and most imporantly workflows. This course explores the key new features so you can start employing them today.

  • This course is about the stuff you do every day - working with code and Visual Studio, source control, building software, etc - and how knowing just enough PowerShell can make these things easier on you. Each module of the course presents applied and practical uses of PowerShell to the everyday life of a software developer. You will be introduced to PowerShell, shown how to automate things you do in Windows Explorer, and how to leverage all of your .NET knowledge from the interactive PowerShell console. Then you will learn how to effectively use legacy console applications, how to customize the PowerShell environment. You’ll gain knowledge of how to use a multitude of third-party PowerShell modules and how to tame your software builds using the PSake PowerShell Module. You will finish off the course by looking at StudioShell.

  • PowerShell v3, combined with Windows Server 2012, includes numerous new and updated features. This course begins with an overview of what's new in PowerShell v3 on Windows Server 2012, examines improvements to existing PowerShell fundamentals, and then explores 3 key new features in detail, including workflows, robust remoting, and CIM cmdlets. Extensive demos are used throughout to show each technique in practice.

  • PowerShell modules allow scripts, cmdlets and other assets to be integrated into PowerShell in order to extend its functionality. This course starts with an overview of PowerShell module fundamentals, and then proceeds to explore and explain script modules, binary and manifest modules, as well as dynamic modules. The course concludes with a look at how integrated help documentation for PowerShell scripts and modules can be created, deployed and updated.

  • Windows PowerShell MVP Don Jones helps you take your Windows PowerShell skills to a new, more professional level through the application of best practices and patterns. Developed and vetted by the overall PowerShell community, these patterns focus on maintainability, reliability, and conformance with native PowerShell approaches. Designed for administrators who are developing mission-critical and production-use PowerShell scripts, these patterns will help you - and your scripts - be taken more seriously.

  • PowerShell and SQL Server by Robert Cain

    This course is designed to teach you the fundamentals of using PowerShell to manage your SQL Servers, as well as develop on them. In Module 1, we cover basic DBA tasks using just PowerShell. With Module 2, we provide an introduction to the two main tools for working with SQL Server, the SMO, or SQL Management Objects, and the SQL Server Provider. Module 3 will cover basic DBA tasks using both SMO and the SQL Provider. With Module 4 we switch to Developer mode and cover development using the SQL Provider. Module 5 continues the developer theme, this time using the SQL Management Objects. We finally wrap things up with Module 6, in which we go over a real world example of using PowerShell and SQL Server. We also cover the SQL PS mode of PowerShell, as well as how to make effective use of PowerShell from a SQL Server job.

  • This course takes a close look at a variety of mechanisms you can leverage to get great looking output from Powershell. The first two modules focus on string formatting and using the ToString() method. The rest of the course looks at using Format-* cmdlets, hash tables, and using format files and Format XML.

  • Microsoft Azure Automation by Mike McKeown

    This course introduces a new feature of Microsoft Azure introduced during Tech Ed (May 2014), called Microsoft Azure Automation. Using a highly scalable workflow execution environment, you can orchestrate frequent tasks using PowerShell. This greatly minimizes the occurrence of errors when carrying out repeated tasks and process automation. Microsoft provides different types of resources to support this automation model.

  • This course, targeted at intermediate SCCM administrators, will not just show you how to create ConfigMgr applications, it will also thoroughly explain the many different aspects of creating a reliable application. This course will go over all the information needed ahead of time, how to properly test the installers to ensure perfect deployments, and finally automate a lot of the application creation with Powershell.