In PowerShell you have thousands of Cmdlets at your fingertips. In this video we wil ltake a look at how find the commands on any given system by using the Get-Command cmdlet. We also look at alias Cmdlets and how to leverage your knowledge of other systems, including Linux and DOS.
- [Voiceover] So, now as you start looking…at PowerShell, you're probably starting to,…"hey, it's a pretty easy language to read,…I can do all kinds of great things inside of it,…but there has to be more than just get-service."…And, you're right, there actually is quite a bit more.…Well, how do ya find those commands inside of PowerShell?…Well, yep, there's another command…that you'll have to learn: get-command.…So, if I just bring that up and hit enter,…it's gonna show me all the cmdlets…that are available to me on the system.…Now, a couple notes, first off: this isn't…all the cmdlets that are available to you.…You might have ones that are a part of a service…that you'll install onto a system…that you don't have right now.…
You might have ones that download,…and they might install as part of a service,…so, depending on where you're at and what system you're on…PowerShell may be different, but they'll have…all the base core commandments that are here.…As you scroll up this list, there's quite a few cmdlets…that are available for you.…
Matt then dives into PowerShell's functions and What If statements, working with output, and coding in the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). The course wraps up with some tips on using PowerShell for both on-premises and cloud deployments involving Office 365 and Azure.
- Reading the language
- Discovering cmdlets and aliases
- Using PowerShell functions
- Working with output
- Finding and installing modules
- Using PowerShell with Office 365 and Azure