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Course Description:

The Automating Administration With Windows Powershell Certification training course provides applicants, the basic knowledge and the ability to use Windows PowerShell for automating and administering Windows servers. The course also serves applicants to recognize and build the command they need to perform a specific task. Furthermore, applicants acquire how to build scripts to achieve advanced tasks like automating repetitive tasks and generating reports.

It emphases on major Windows PowerShell command-line types and techniques, and will make available fundamentals skills backing-up a wide range of Microsoft products.

Audience Profile: The course is intended for

    • IT Professionals
    • One who desires to learn more about using the Windows PowerShell for administration

Course Objectives:The course aims for the following

      • Learn PowerShell
      • Microsoft Official Course (MOC 10961) content
      • Eligible for SATV refurbishment
      • After-course instructor coaching benefit
      • After-course computing sandbox included

Course Enables:After the completion of the course, students will be capable of:

        • Define the utility of Windows PowerShell and use it to monitor and find basic directives.
        • Classify and run cmdlets for server administration.
        • Work with Windows PowerShell pipeline.
        • Define the methods of Windows PowerShell pipeline use.
        • Use PS Providers and PS Drives to work with various forms of storage.
        • Query system figures by using WMI and CIM.
        • Work with variables, arrays, and hash tables.
        • Write elementary scripts in Windows PowerShell.
        • Write progressive scripts in Windows PowerShell.
        • Administer remote computers.
        • Use background jobs and scheduled jobs.
        • Use advanced Windows PowerShell methods.

Course Essentials:

An applicant who joins this Automating Administration With Windows Powershell certification training can meet the prerequisites by gaining equivalent information and skills through applied experience as a Windows system administrator. No prerequisite courses are required, but the mentioned might be plus for the training course.

        • Experience with Windows networking methods and execution.
        • Experience with Windows Server administration, repairs, and troubleshooting.
        • Experience with Windows Client administration, repairs, and troubleshooting

Curriculum

  • Sl. No.
  • Chapter
  • Chapter - 1
  • Getting Started with Windows PowerShell
  • Chapter - 1.1
  • Overview and Background
  • Chapter - 1.2
  • Finding and Learning Commands
  • Chapter - 1.3
  • Running Commands
  • Chapter - 1.a
  • Lab: Configuring Windows PowerShell
  • Chapter - 1.b
  • Lab: Finding and Running Basic Commands
  • Chapter - 2
  • Working with the Pipeline
  • Chapter - 2.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 2.a.1
  • Understanding the Pipeline
  • Chapter - 2.a.2
  • Selecting, Sorting, and Measuring Objects
  • Chapter - 2.a.3
  • Converting, Exporting, and Importing Objects
  • Chapter - 2.a.4
  • Filtering Objects Out of the Pipeline
  • Chapter - 2.a.5
  • Enumerating Objects in the Pipeline
  • Chapter - 2.b
  • Lab: Using the Pipeline
  • Chapter - 2.c
  • Lab: Converting, Exporting, and Importing Objects
  • Chapter - 2.d
  • Lab: Filtering Objects
  • Chapter - 2.e
  • Lab: Enumerating Objects
  • Chapter - 3
  • Understanding How the Pipeline Works
  • Chapter - 3.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 3.a.1
  • Passing Data in the Pipeline By Value
  • Chapter - 3.a.2
  • Passing Data in the Pipeline By Property Label
  • Chapter - 3.b
  • Lab: Working with Pipeline Parameter Binding
  • Chapter - 4
  • Using PS Providers and PS Drives
  • Chapter - 4.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 4.a.1
  • Using PS Providers
  • Chapter - 4.a.2
  • Using PS Drives
  • Chapter - 4.b
  • Lab: Using PS Providers and PS Drives
  • Chapter - 5
  • Formatting Output
  • Chapter - 5.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 5.a.1
  • Using Basic Formatting
  • Chapter - 5.a.2
  • Using Advanced Formatting
  • Chapter - 5.a.3
  • Redirecting Formatted Output
  • Chapter - 5.b
  • Lab: Formatting Output
  • Chapter - 6
  • Querying Management Information by Using WMI and CIM
  • Chapter - 6.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 6.a.1
  • Understanding WMI and CIM
  • Chapter - 6.a.2
  • Querying Data with WMI and CIM
  • Chapter - 6.a.3
  • Making Changes by Using WMI and CIM
  • Chapter - 6.b
  • Lab: Working with WMI and CIM
  • Chapter - 7
  • Preparing for Scripting
  • Chapter - 7.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 7.a.1
  • Using Variables
  • Chapter - 7.a.2
  • Scripting Security
  • Chapter - 7.b
  • Lab: Working with Security in Windows PowerShell
  • Chapter - 8
  • Moving From a Command to Script to Module
  • Chapter - 8.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 8.a.1
  • Moving From Command to Script
  • Chapter - 8.a.2
  • Moving From Script to Function to Module
  • Chapter - 8.a.3
  • Implementing Basic Error Handling
  • Chapter - 8.a.4
  • Using Basic Scripting Constructs
  • Chapter - 8.a.5
  • Exploring Other Scripting Features
  • Chapter - 8.b
  • Lab: Moving From Command to Script
  • Chapter - 8.c
  • Lab: Moving From Script to Function to Module
  • Chapter - 8.d
  • Lab: Implementing Basic Error Handling
  • Chapter - 8.e
  • Lab: Creating an Advanced Function
  • Chapter - 9
  • Administering Remote Computers
  • Chapter - 9.a
  • This chapter clarifies Windows PowerShell remoting and illustrates trainees how to form and use remo
  • Chapter - 9.b
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 9.b.1
  • Using Basic Remoting
  • Chapter - 9.b.2
  • Using Advanced Remoting Techniques
  • Chapter - 9.b.3
  • Using Remoting Sessions
  • Chapter - 9.c
  • Lab: Using Basic Remoting
  • Chapter - 9.d
  • Lab: Using Remoting Sessions
  • Chapter - 10
  • Putting it All Together
  • Chapter - 10.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 10.a.1
  • Provisioning a New Server Core Instance
  • Chapter - 10.a.2
  • Lab: Provisioning a New Server Core Installation
  • Chapter - 11
  • Using Background Jobs and Scheduled Jobs
  • Chapter - 11.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 11.a.1
  • Using Background Jobs
  • Chapter - 11.a.2
  • Using Scheduled Jobs
  • Chapter - 11.b
  • Lab: Using Background Jobs
  • Chapter - 11.c
  • Lab: Using Scheduled Jobs
  • Chapter - 12
  • Using Profiles and Advanced PowerShell Techniques
  • Chapter - 12.a
  • Lessons
  • Chapter - 12.a.1
  • Using Advanced PowerShell Techniques
  • Chapter - 12.a.2
  • Creating Profile Scripts
  • Chapter - 12.a.3
  • Working With Alternative Credentials
  • Chapter - 12.b
  • Lab: Practicing Advanced Techniques

FAQ

  • Q1. What version of PowerShell does course use?

  • The training course is precisely focused on Windows PowerShell v4.0 which is also applicable in v2.0 and v3.0 Windows PowerShell environments.
  • Q2. Will I study how to write a PowerShell script?

  • Yes. Kindly go through the course enables mentioned.
  • Q3. Is PowerShell online training available?

  • Yes. Keeping in mind your busy work schedule which may prevent you from getting to one of our classrooms, looking this we offer suitable online training to meet your needs.

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