This segment shows how to use .csv files to manage tables of data from PowerShell scripts. The cmdlets to import and export .csv files are demonstrated.
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Creating a PowerShell script
- Creating scripts in IDE or Visual Studio Code
- Working with files
- Loading modules
- Using functions
- Managing servers with WMI
- Adding users to a domain
Skill Level Beginner
Windows Server 2016: Deploying Containerswith Scott M Burrell2h 14m Intermediate
What you should know1m 57s
1. Create a PowerShell Script
2. Work with External Files
3. Building Blocks of PowerShell Scripts
4. Administer Servers
Next steps1m 40s
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