In this article you will learn the basics of running PowerShell script files.
This is the third installment of a multi-part series on Windows PowerShell for Windows systems administrators. To get caught up on our subject matter, you might want to read the two previous articles about cmdlets and the pipeline and about aliases and drives.
Now, then—on with the show. While issuing ad-hoc PowerShell cmdlets from a PowerShell prompt is all well and good for occasional or on-demand use, you don’t truly begin to leverage the strengths of Windows PowerShell until you aggregate your code (which can include variables, branching, looping, error handling, etc.) into script files.
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Author: Timothy Warner
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PowerShell tutorial for admins - Part 3: Run a PowerShell script
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