by Tobias Weltner
Publisher: BBS Technologies 2009
Number of pages: 567
This 567 page free book includes the following chapters: The PowerShell Console, Interactive PowerShell, Variables, Arrays and Hashtables, The PowerShell Pipeline, Using Objects, Conditions, Loops, Functions, Scripts, Finding and Avoiding Errors, Command Discovery and Scriptblocks, Text and Regular Expressions, XML, The File System, The Registry, Processes, Services, Event Logs, WMI: Windows Management Instrumentation, User Management, Your Own Cmdlets and Extensions.
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