Automating Administration with Windows Powershell, On Demand 10961
Learn how with Windows PowerShell 4.0, you can remotely manage multiple Windows based servers and automate day to day management and administration tasks.
The MOC on Demand course is built on Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 and while it is specifically focused on Windows PowerShell v4.0, is also relevant in v2.0 and v3.0 Windows PowerShell environments
This course provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills to use Windows PowerShell 4.0 for administering and automating administration of Windows based servers. It focuses on primary Windows PowerShell command-line features and techniques, and will provide pre-requisite skills supporting a broad range of Microsoft products, including Windows Server, Windows Client, Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, SQL Server, System Center, and more. In keeping with that goal, this course will not focus on any one of those products, although Windows Server (which is the common platform for all of those) will serve as the example for the techniques being taught.
In this course you will learn to execute and monitor scripts more efficiently through more robust session connectivity, workflow capabilities, enhanced job scheduling, and Windows PowerShell Web Access. Learn Windows PowerShell with greater ease through improved cmdlet discovery and simplified, consistent syntax across all cmdlets. Write Windows PowerShell scripts quicker and more intuitively through the new Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) that enables script sharing, which connects IT pros to a larger Windows PowerShell user community. Learn all this and more in this On Demand Microsoft Official Course in Windows PowerShell 4.0.
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In dieser MOC on Demand Version ist eine original MOC Unterlage in digitaler Form enthalten.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand the basic concepts behind Windows PowerShellWork with the PipelineUnderstand How the Pipeline WorksUse PSProviders and PSDrivesFormat OutputUse WMI and CIMPrepare for ScriptingMoving From a Command to a Script to a ModuleAdminister Remote ComputersPut the various Windows PowerShell components togetherUse Background Jobs and Scheduled JobsUse Advanced PowerShell Techniques and Profiles
Module 1: Getting Started with Windows PowerShell
This module introduces students to Windows PowerShell, its purpose and history. The module will also cover the basics of using the shell, including the help system, command syntax, command discovery explaining the use of the two built-in host applications.
Overview and BackgroundFinding and Learning CommandsRunning Commands
Lab : Configuring Windows PowerShell
Lab : Finding and Running Basic Commands
Module 2: Working with the Pipeline
This module covers the Windows PowerShell pipeline along with a number of additional techniques and commands, including customizing command output, exporting and converting data, sorting objects, filtering objects, and enumerating objects allowing for the overall retrieval, manipulation and displaying of data.
Understanding the PipelineSelecting, Sorting, and Measuring ObjectsConverting, Exporting, and Importing ObjectsFiltering Objects Out of the PipelineEnumerating Objects in the Pipeline
Lab : Using the Pipeline
Lab : Converting, Exporting, and Importing Objects
Lab : Filtering Objects
Lab : Enumerating Objects
Module 3: Understanding How the Pipeline Works
This module explains the underlying details of how Windows PowerShell passes objects from command to command within the pipeline. Having seen it in action in the previous module will now get to see some of the theory under the hood. The emphasis will be on two specific techniques used by the shell and students will learn to explain the pipeline operation, predict command behavior and allows them construct more useful, predictable commands.
Passing Data in the Pipeline By ValuePassing Data in the Pipeline By Property Name
Lab : Working with Pipeline Parameter Binding
Module 4: Using PSProviders and PSDrives
This module explains the purpose and use of Windows PowerShell PSProviders and PSDrives, and shows students how to use these useful components for administrative tasks. Students will also learn to use the -item* commands to manipulate items within a PSDrive.
Using PSProvidersUsing PSDrives
Lab : Using PSProviders and PSDrives
Module 5: Formatting Output
This module demonstrates how to format command output and how to create custom output elements.
Using Basic FormattingUsing Advanced FormattingRedirecting Formatted Output
Lab : Formatting Output
Module 6: Querying Management Information by Using WMI and CIM
This module explains Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) and Common Information Model (CIM), and shows students how to retrieve and in some cases modify management information about local and remote computers.
Understanding WMI and CIMQuerying Data with WMI and CIMMaking Changes by Using WMI and CIM
Lab : Working with WMI and CIM
Module 7: Preparing for Scripting
This module prepares students for writing scripts with Windows PowerShell, covering the Windows PowerShell security model and the use of variables.
Using VariablesScripting Security
Lab : Working with Security in Windows PowerShell
Module 8: Moving From a Command to Script to Module
This module shows students how to take a command that runs well in the console and turn it into a parameterized, reusable script, and how to evolve that script into a standalone script module. Students will learn the foundations needed to create their own reusable tools.
Moving From Command to ScriptMoving From Script to Function to ModuleImplementing Basic Error HandlingUsing Basic Scripting ConstructsExploring Other Scripting Features
Lab : Moving From Command to Script
Lab : Moving From Script to Function to Module
Lab : Implementing Basic Error Handling
Lab : Creating an Advanced Function
Module 9: Administering Remote Computers
This module explains Windows PowerShell remoting, and shows students how to configure and use remoting to manage multiple remote computers.
Using Basic RemotingUsing Advanced Remoting TechniquesUsing Remoting Sessions
Lab : Using Basic Remoting
Lab : Using Remoting Sessions
Module 10: Putting it All Together
This module offers students an opportunity to use everything they have learned so far. Students will discover, learn, and run commands that perform a complex, real-world administrative task.
Provisioning a New Server Core Instance
Lab : Provisioning a New Server Core Installation
Module 11: Using Background Jobs and Scheduled Jobs
In this module students will learn to create and manage background jobs and scheduled jobs.
Using Background JobsUsing Scheduled Jobs
Lab : Using Background Jobs
Lab : Using Scheduled Jobs
Module 12: Using Profiles and Advanced PowerShell Techniques
This module covers a variety of additional advanced Windows PowerShell features and techniques including additional comparison operators, use of alternate credentials, creation of profile scripts, manipulation of strings and date objects.
Using Advanced PowerShell TechniquesCreating Profile ScriptsWorking With Alternative Credentials
Lab : Practicing Advanced Techniques
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Voraussetzungen für die Teilnahme an diesem Kurs:
Before attending this course, students must have:
- Previous Windows Server and Windows Client management knowledge and hands on experience.
- Experience installing and configuring Windows Server into existing enterprise environments, or as standalone installations.
- Knowledge and experience of network adapter configuration, basic Active Directory user administration, and basic disk configuration.
- Knowledge and hands on experience specifically with Windows Server 2012/Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8/Windows 8.1 would be of benefit but is not essential.
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