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Advanced Automated Administration with PowerShell course makes you learn how to automate administrative tasks using Windows PowerShell (10962). The trainees will develop primary scripting talents such as creating advanced functions, writing controller scripts, supervision of script faults and will learn how to work with Windows PowerShell Workflow. The trainees will also learn how to use the latest administration tools like Desired State Configuration (DSC) and Just Enough Administration (JEA) to configure and safe servers.

The Advanced Automated Administration with PowerShell certification training concentrates on structuring more accessible and functional Windows PowerShell scripts for the utility in one's company through structuring its own Windows PowerShell tools. The course will similarly cover the use of Windows PowerShell cmdlets with .NET agenda along with teaching how to design your Windows Servers using DSC and offering recognition of Windows PowerShell workings.

The thorough practical labs, content, and learning will help elucidate manual tasks that trainees may presently have to carry out as an Administrator, letting trainees make their Windows PowerShell techniques for automated, accurate management and delivering of their Windows Server infrastructure.

Audience Profile:

The Advanced Automated Administration with PowerShell certification training course is planned for the following:

  • IT Professionals experienced in general Windows servers and Windows Client administration.
  • Administrators functioning in a Windows or Windows hybrid setting.
  • IT Professionals who desire to build upon present Windows PowerShell knowledge.

 

Course Enables:

After the completion of the course training, trainees will be capable of

  • Creating Advanced Functions
  • Using Cmdlets and Microsoft .NET Structure in Windows PowerShell
  • Writing Controller Scripts
  • Handling Script Errors
  • Using XML, JSON, and custom formatted data
  • Analyzing and Debugging Scripts
  • Understanding Windows PowerShell Workflow

 

Course Essentials:

The better understanding of course to the trainees, there are essentials to be followed

  • Understanding and practice working with Windows PowerShell or knowledge same as to the content covered in course  Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell
  • Proficient in common Windows server and Windows Client administration or by now experienced in managing and supporting Application servers and services composed with applications.
A shell is a user interface that permits entree to different services within an operating system. PowerShell is a command-line shell plus a scripting language settled by Microsoft with the agenda of task automation and configuration management.
ISE is the abbreviated form of the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). The Microsoft Windows PowerShell ISE is a host application made for Windows PowerShell. PowerShell ISE benefits IT specialists in lettering and correcting PowerShell Scripts. It also has few extensible features to facilitate script creation and testing.
Sl. No. Chapter
Chapter - 1 Creating Advanced Functions
Chapter - 1.1 Converting a Command into an Advanced Function
Chapter - 1.2 Creating a Script Chapter
Chapter - 1.3 Defining Parameter Attributes and Input Validation
Chapter - 1.4 Writing Functions that use Multiple Objects
Chapter - 1.5 Writing Functions that Accept Pipeline Input
Chapter - 1.6 Producing Complex Function Output
Chapter - 1.7 Documenting Functions by using Content-Based Help
Chapter - 1.8 Supporting -What if and -Confirm
Chapter - Lab-1 Converting a Command into an Advanced Function
Chapter - Lab-2 Creating a Script Chapter
Chapter - Lab-3 Defining Parameter Attributes and Input Validation
Chapter - Lab-4 Writing Functions that use Multiple Objects
Chapter - Lab-5 Writing Functions that Accept Pipeline Input
Chapter - Lab-6 Producing Complex Function Output
Chapter - Lab-7 Documenting Functions by using Content-Based Help
Chapter - Lab-8 Supporting –What if and -Confirm
Chapter - 2 Using Cmdlets and Microsoft .NET Context in Windows PowerShell
Chapter - 2.1 Running Windows PowerShell Commands
Chapter - 2.2 Using Microsoft .NET Framework in Windows PowerShell
Chapter - Lab-1 Using .NET Framework in Windows PowerShell
Chapter - 3 Writing Controller Scripts Lessons
Chapter - 3.1 Understanding Controller Scripts
Chapter - 3.2 Lettering Controller Scripts that Show a User Interface
Chapter -3.3 Lettering Controller Scripts That Produce Reports
Chapter - Lab-1 Writing Controller Scripts that show a User Interface
Chapter - Lab-2 Writing Controller Scripts That Produce HTML Reports
Chapter - 4 Handling Script Errors
Chapter - 4.1 Understanding Error Handling
Chapter - 4.2 Handling Errors in a Script
Chapter - Lab-1 Handling Errors in a Script
Chapter - 5 Using XML Data Files
Chapter - 5.1 Reading, Manipulating and Writing Data in XML
Chapter - Lab-1 Reading, Manipulating and Writing Data in XML
Chapter - 6 Managing Server outlines by using the Desired State Configuration
Chapter - 6.1 Understanding Desired State Configuration
Chapter - 6.2 Creating and Deploying a DSC Configuration
Chapter - Lab-1 Creating and Deploying a DSC Configuration
Chapter - 7 Analyzing and Debugging Scripts
Chapter - 7.1 Debugging in Windows PowerShell
Chapter - 7.2 Analyzing and Debugging an Existing Script
Chapter - Lab-1 Analyzing and Debugging an Existing Script
Chapter - 8 Understanding Windows PowerShell Workflow
Chapter - 8.1 Understanding Windows PowerShell Workflow.


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