Being able to run PowerShell cmdlets and scripts on remote servers is one of the great abilities of PowerShell. In this video you will see some great ways to work with PowerShell on remote systems, from leveraging the computername parameter to using the remote PowerShell tab, this video will show you how easily it is to work with PowerShell on remote systems
- [Voiceover] One of the huge advantages of PowerShell…is be able to access remote servers…and get information from an administrative console.…So a lot of IT administrators actually will…run PowerShell on their clientside desktops…and use it to access servers…in their data center located elsewhere.…That could be on the same building,…it could be across the country, it really doesn't matter.…PowerShell doesn't care either.…Now if we look back once again at our Get-Service command…we have this just wonderful command that we use a lot…we show all our local services.…Now I ran it on my local server…so I'm getting that information…for my dcdsc server that I have,…but what if I wanna find out about a server named webserver?…All I have to do is type in the computer name parameter,…one of the most common parameters…for most commandlets is ComputerName.…
And what this is going to do is run…across the web and actually find out the services…for a ComputerName called webserver.…So I'm going to go ahead and run that…and it's gonna show me all the services.…
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.
- Identify the purpose of a delimiter.
- Recognize the tools needed to build a command using the ISE.
- Identify the options to use when running Get-Service from a remote computer.
- Recognize the capabilities of four cmdlets.
- Explain how to transfer aliases from a file into PowerShell.
- Determine if a cmdlet will generate an error when executed.