In part 1 of this PowerShell tutorial for Windows admins you will learn about the cmdlet and pipeline concepts.
Microsoft Windows PowerShell was conceived as the next-generation replacement for the old and reliable cmd.exe command shell environment. What’s especially cool about PowerShell is that it has a lot to offer both Windows systems administrators as well as .NET solution developers.
Trouble is, you have doubtless discovered that the PowerShell documentation, whether published by Microsoft or a third party, rarely differentiates between these two very different audiences. Therefore, administrators get confused and frustrated while trying to wade through PowerShell developer terminology, and .NET developers get befuddled and angry while trying to comprehend PowerShell administrator nomenclature.
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Author: Timothy Warner
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PowerShell tutorial for admins: Part 1: cmdlets and pipeline
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