Windows Powershell Cookbook

Author: Lee Holmes
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449320686
Size: 18.18 MB
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A guide to using Windows PowerShell to script Windows administrative tasks and control Windows from the command line includes more than four hundred task-oriented recipes and more than one hundred scripts.

Windows Powershell Pocket Reference

Author: Lee Holmes
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449363393
Size: 79.51 MB
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This portable reference to Windows PowerShell 3.0 summarizes the command shell and scripting language, and provides a concise reference to the many tasks that make PowerShell so useful. If you’re a busy Windows administrator, and don’t have time to plow through huge books or search online, this is the ideal on-the-job tool. Written by Microsoft PowerShell team member Lee Holmes, and excerpted from his Windows PowerShell Cookbook, this edition offers up-to-date coverage of PowerShell 3.0. You’ll find information on the .NET classes and legacy tools you need to manage your system, along with chapters on how to write scripts, manage errors, and format output. Beginning with a guided tour of Windows PowerShell, this handy guide covers: PowerShell language and environment Regular expression reference XPath quick reference .NET string formatting .NET DateTime formatting Selected .NET classes and their uses WMI reference Selected COM objects and their uses Selected events and their uses Standard PowerShell verbs

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Powershell Cookbook

Author: Jonas Andersson
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1787287653
Size: 22.28 MB
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Make the most of PowerShell's features to manage all aspects of your Exchange Server 2016 environment. About This Book Learn to integrate PowerShell with Exchange Server 2016 Write scripts and functions to run tasks automatically, and generate complex reports with PowerShell Use these effective recipes to learn all popular and important PowersShell scripts to manage tasks and avoid errors Who This Book Is For This book is for messaging professionals who want to build real-world scripts with Windows PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell. You'll also find it indispensable if you're a network or systems administrator responsible for managing and maintaining Exchange Server 2016. What You Will Learn Master the new features and capabilities of PowerShell and Exchange Server 2016 Get to grips with the core PowerShell concepts Use simple PowerShell scripts and commands to get powerful results Generate detailed reports, send the output of commands by email , and schedule scripts to run automatically Import, export, and move mailboxes, and delete messages from mailboxes using the command line Configure transport server settings such as mail relay, tracking logs, transport rules, delivery reports, and more Manage mailbox and public folders Monitor the health of an Exchange environment through built-in cmdlets and other methods Integrate Exchange with Office Online Server, Skype for Business Server, and Exchange Online (Office 365) In Detail We start with a set of recipes on core PowerShell concepts. This will provide you with a foundation for the examples in the book. Next, you'll see how to implement some of the common exchange management shell tasks, so you can effectively write scripts with this latest release. You will then learn to manage Exchange recipients, automate recipient-related tasks in your environment, manage mailboxes, and understand distribution group management within the Exchange Management Shell. Moving on, we'll work through several scenarios where PowerShell scripting can be used to increase your efficiency when managing databases, which are the most critical resources in your Exchange environment. Towards the end, you'll discover how to achieve Exchange High Availability and how to secure your environment, monitor the health of Exchange, and integrate Exchange with Office Online Server, Skype for Business Server, and Exchange Online (Office 365). By the end of the book, you will be able to perform administrative tasks efficiently. Style and approach This practical guide is packed with handy recipes to help you perform common administration tasks, as well as complex tasks in Exchange Server, without any hassle.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Powershell Cookbook

Author: Jonas Andersson
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1849689431
Size: 70.50 MB
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This book is written in a Cookbook-style format and provides practical, immediately usable task-based recipes that show you how to manage and maintain your Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 environment with Windows PowerShell 3. Each chapter of the book is written so that it can be used as a desktop reference, or it can be read from beginning to end, allowing you to build a solid foundation for building scripts in your Exchange environment.This Cookbook is for messaging professionals who want to learn how to build real-world scripts with Windows PowerShell 3 and the Exchange Management Shell. If you are a network or systems administrator responsible for managing and maintaining Exchange Server 2013 you will find this highly useful. Only basic knowledge of Exchange Server and PowerShell are required to make the most of this book.

Windows 7 And Vista Guide To Scripting Automation And Command Line Tools

Author: Brian Knittel
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780131390027
Size: 28.69 MB
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THE ONLY HANDS-ON, UP-TO-DATE GUIDE TO VBSCRIPT, THE WINDOWS COMMAND LINE, AND WINDOWS POWERSHELL Windows 7 and Vista contain state-of-the-art tools for streamlining or automating virtually any system management task. If you’re a power user, administrator, or developer, these tools can help you eliminate repetitive work and manage your systems far more reliably and effectively. Renowned Windows expert Brian Knittel brings together the practical knowledge you need to use all these tools, including VBScript and Windows Scripting Host (WSH), traditional batch files, the advanced PowerShell command console, and more. Using plenty of examples, Knittel explains how each tool works, and how to solve real-world problems with them. You’ll master techniques ranging from accessing files to manipulating the Registry, sending automated emails to configuring new users. Knittel also provides concise, handy references to Windows 7/Vista’s command line, GUI scripting, and object-based management tools. The only single-source guide to all leading methods of Windows scripting and automation, this book will help you get far more done–in far less time! Understand Windows Scripting Host (WSH) and the modern Windows scripting environment Script objects with VBScript, JScript, ActivePerl, and ActivePython Read and write files, including XML and HTML files Manipulate programs and shortcuts Manage network, printer, and fax connections Make the most of PowerShell under Windows 7 and Vista Monitor and administer Windows systems with Windows Management Interface (WMI) Use ADSI to control Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange, and manage users more efficiently Avoid mistakes that can compromise script security Use Windows’ debugging tools to test and troubleshoot scripts Develop batch files that take full advantage of the command line Send faxes and email messages from scripts with Windows Fax and Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) Deploy your scripts throughout your organization Brian Knittel has been a software developer for more than 30 years. He has coauthored five titles in Que’s Special Edition Using series, covering Microsoft Windows Vista, XP, and 2000. He is also author of Windows XP Under the Hood, and coauthor of Upgrading and Repairing Windows (with Scott Mueller).

Microsoft Exchange 2010 Powershell Cookbook

Author: Mike Pfeiffer
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 184968247X
Size: 32.92 MB
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Manage and maintain your Microsoft Exchange 2010 environment with Windows PowerShell 2.0 and the Exchange Management Shell.

Active Directory Cookbook

Author: Brian Svidergol
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449361374
Size: 32.82 MB
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Take the guesswork out of deploying, administering, and automating Active Directory. With hundreds of proven recipes, the updated edition of this popular cookbook provides quick, step-by-step solutions to common (and not so common) problems you might encounter when working with Microsoft’s network directory service. This fourth edition includes troubleshooting recipes for Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, and Exchange 2013, based on valuable input from Windows administrators. You’ll also find quick solutions for the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS), multi-master replication, DNS, Group Policy, and many other features. Manage new AD features, such as the Recycle Bin, Group Managed Service Accounts, and fine-grained password policies Work with AD from the command line and use Windows PowerShell to automate tasks Remove and create forests, domains, and trusts Create groups, modify group scope and type, and manage membership Delegate control, view and modify permissions, and handle Kerberos tickets Import and export data with LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) Synchronize multiple directories and enforce data integrity within a single or multiple stores Back up AD, and perform authoritative and non-authoritative restores

Powershell Core 6 2 Cookbook

Author: Jan-Hendrik Peters
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1789809436
Size: 76.19 MB
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Make use of hands-on recipes for many tasks that are typically encountered in both the on-premises as well as the cloud world. Key Features A recipe-based guide to help you build effective administrative solutions Gain hands-on experience with the newly added features of PowerShell Core Manage critical business environments with professional scripting practices Book Description This book will follow a recipe-based approach and start off with an introduction to the fundamentals of PowerShell, and explaining how to install and run it through simple examples. Next, you will learn how to use PowerShell to access and manipulate data and how to work with different streams as well. You will also explore the object model which will help with regard to PowerShell function deployment. Going forward, you will get familiar with the pipeline in its different use cases. The next set of chapters will deal with the different ways of accessing data in PowerShell. You will also learn to automate various tasks in Windows and Linux using PowerShell Core, as well as explore Windows Server. Later, you will be introduced to Remoting in PowerShell Core and Just Enough Administration concept. The last set of chapters will help you understand the management of a private and public cloud with PowerShell Core. You will also learn how to access web services and explore the high-performance scripting methods. By the end of this book, you will gain the skills to manage complex tasks effectively along with increasing the performance of your environment. What you will learn Leverage cross-platform interaction with systems Make use of the PowerShell recipes for frequent tasks Get a better understanding of the inner workings of PowerShell Understand the compatibility of built-in Windows modules with PowerShell Core Learn best practices associated with PowerShell scripting Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes Who this book is for This book will be for windows administrators who want to enhance their PowerShell scripting skills to the next level. System administrators wanting to automate common to complex tasks with PowerShell scripts would benefit from this book. Prior understanding on PowerShell would be necessary.

Powershell Core For Linux Administrators Cookbook

Author: Prashanth Jayaram
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1789138876
Size: 46.26 MB
Format: PDF
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Over 150 recipes to leverage Microsoft's open source automation framework and command line shell Key Features Work effectively on Windows, Linux, and macOS with PowerShell’s object-oriented approach and capabilities Handle structured data seamlessly without the need for manual parsing Enhance your native Linux capabilities with PowerShell Core 6.1 Book Description PowerShell Core, the open source, cross-platform that is based on the open source, cross-platform .NET Core, is not a shell that came out by accident; it was intentionally created to be versatile and easy to learn at the same time. PowerShell Core enables automation on systems ranging from the Raspberry Pi to the cloud. PowerShell Core for Linux Administrators Cookbook uses simple, real-world examples that teach you how to use PowerShell to effectively administer your environment. As you make your way through the book, you will cover interesting recipes on how PowerShell Core can be used to quickly automate complex, repetitive, and time-consuming tasks. In the concluding chapters, you will learn how to develop scripts to automate tasks that involve systems and enterprise management. By the end of this book, you will have learned about the automation capabilities of PowerShell Core, including remote management using OpenSSH, cross-platform enterprise management, working with Docker containers, and managing SQL databases. What you will learn Leverage the object model of the shell, which is based on .NET Core Administer computers locally as well as remotely using PowerShell over OpenSSH Get to grips with advanced concepts of PowerShell functions Use PowerShell for administration on the cloud Know the best practices pertaining to PowerShell scripts and functions Exploit the cross-platform capabilities of PowerShell to manage scheduled jobs, Docker containers and SQL Databases Who this book is for PowerShell Core for Linux Administrators Cookbook is for you if you are a system administrator who wants to learn to control and automate a Linux environment with PowerShell Core 6.1. Basic knowledge of PowerShell scripting is necessary. It is assumed that you already understand how an operating system is structured and how to use the command-line interface to work with the operating system.

Windows Powershell In Action

Author: Bruce Payette
Publisher: Manning Publications Company
ISBN: 9781932394900
Size: 60.59 MB
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A guide to using Windows PowerShell to script Windows administrative tasks and control Windows from the command line.