Windows PowerShell Scripting and Toolmaking (MS-55039)
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About this Course:
This instructor-led, 5-day course targets the IT students and professionals who desire to extend their skillset in Windows PowerShell and administrative automation. The course demands that the student must possess a fundamental practical knowledge in PowerShell as an interactive command-line shell. Students will learn the right practices and patterns for creating reusable, tightly scoped automation units.
The average salary of a Systems Administrator at national level is around $72,762 year.
After the course completion, students should be able to:
Explain the right patterns for creating modularized tools in Windows PowerShell
Create highly modularized functions that work well with native PowerShell patterns
Create controller scripts to uncover user interfaces and facilitate business processes automation
Data management for various formats
Write automated tests papers for tools
The course aims for a target audience, administrators working in a Microsoft-based environment, who are looking to create reusable units of automation, enable business processes automation, and help less-technically sound users to complete administrative tasks.
Prior to starting this course, students must have:
Experience regarding fundamental Windows administration
Experience using Windows PowerShell to inquire and change system information
Experience using Windows PowerShell to learn the commands and their utilization
Experience using WMI and/or CIM to inquire the system information
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the key characteristics of PowerShell?
The key characteristics of PowerShell are
- PowerShell is object-based and not text based
- Commands in PowerShell are customizable
- It is a command line interpreter and scripting environment
2. In PowerShell what does variables holds?
In variables PowerShell contains strings, integers and objects. It does not have special variables as it is pre-defined with PowerShell.
3. What does it mean cmdlet’s?
Cmdlet’s are simple build in commands written in .net language like C# or VB introduced by Windows PowerShell
4. Can you create PowerShell scripts for deploying components in SharePoint?
If you have created a web part using VS 2010 then, you can deploy it using cntrl+f5. However, to activate the web part feature you can write a PowerShell script (.ps1) and execute it after deployment
|Subjects||IT Ops & Management|
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||5 Days|
|VPA Discount||VPA Discount|
- Virtual Classroom
- 5 Days