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Automating Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with Windows PowerShell 2.0 1st Edition

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ISBN-10: 1118013867
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Automate just about anything with PowerShell's cmdlets

PowerShell is designed to help Windows administrators automate or manipulate almost any task, from simple to complex. If you'd like to take advantage of all of this timesaving technology but don't know where to start, this practical guide is for you. Packed with step-by-step instructions and real-world examples, this book demystifies PowerShell once and for all. Get up to speed on PowerShell 2.0 features and functions that will save time and effort on tasks you do every day. Coverage includes:

  • Installing and configuring PowerShell 2.0 and learning the syntax and grammar

  • Writing scripts with PowerShell

  • Understanding PowerShell's built-in aliases and functions

  • Using PowerShell's new remoting capabilities

  • Managing Active Directory®, desktops, and IIS web servers

  • Using PowerShell with virtualization and deployment services

  • Developing at the command prompt and building your own GUI

  • Creating custom cmdlets to make you even more productive

About the Author

Matthew Hester is an IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft and has more than a decade of experience with Microsoft core infrastructure products such as Windows, Active Directory, Exchange, and others. He is a regular presenter at Microsoft TechEd and contributing writer for TechNet Magazine. Matthew blogs at blogs.technet.com/b/matthewms. Sarah Dutkiewicz is a seasoned technology professional, working with a variety of technologies for over 8 years. Her true passion comes from developing and writing code, and she is a Microsoft MVP in Visual C#. Sarah blogs at www.codinggeekette.com.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Sybex; 1 edition (May 31, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1118013867
  • ISBN-13: 978-1118013861
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,203,706 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Mitch on September 29, 2012
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i just bought this kindle edition to get more details on a specific area of poweshell. Not seeing a chapter dedicated to what I was looking for.
I say to myself , "no worries , i just look at the index for my cmdlet".

The index is not listed in the table of contents. Bad omission for a tech book
Strike 1
No problem I say to myself "I'll just scroll to the back of the book"
the index , while present , DOES NOT LIST PAGE NUMBERS , only terms!
Strike 2

After shelling out $26 for this book , it looks like I'm the one who is "out"

I would love to hear from the authors on this
The sad part is I saw the concepts I was looking for in the index , but have no idea where in this book they are. I know what it takes to write a technical book , and am sure the authors tok great pains to deliver the best book they could write, unfortunately it didnot translate well to the ebook form

memo to legacy technical book publishers ... It's not enough to simply sell me an electronic copy of your content , you need to leverage the platform your publishing to.
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This is a well written, easy to read and understand computer book. If you have never used PowerShell or if you need to brush up your PowerShell skills, this is the book for you. As you read through the book, PowerShell terms and concepts are presented in a manner that allows you to easily grasp the concepts presented. The book builds a foundation of PowerShell knowledge and increasingly introduces more complex topics which build upon that foundation. As you move through the book, easy to understand examples allow you to work along on your computer as you read the book. This style of presentation is what makes this book so good. If you want to learn PowerShell or just want to brush up on your skills, this is the book for you!
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The number of PowerShell books are rising and coverage varies. I am currently going through many of the PowerShell books that are out there now and reading as well as reviewing the different approaches to explaining PowerShell. I have to give these authors big time credit because the actual process that they use to explain PowerShell is wonderful. Brains work in various ways but I think they have started from a solid point and then built on it in very sound steps. I noticed they present some ideas and examples early on that would help people wrap their heads around the different concepts that PowerShell delivers and also give them something they can practice and use in PowerShell right away. In my opinion this is a great book for the PowerShell beginner as well as a formidable reference to strengthen your grasp of PowerShell. Good job guys, I love when IT books are delivered this way.
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This is a good book to learn PowerShell. The book has a lot of information that I do not see in more advanced books. Although it's based on PowerShell 2.0.
I was looking for help with the PowerShell basics.
Chapter 3 does a good job explaining the grammar.
Chapter 6 explains about PowerShell Remoting
Chapter 7-12 explores the administering windows with PowerShell, AD, IIS. The Desktop, and Hyper-v.
You will be using Window 2008 R2 in the lessons. This will and can help you move right along into PowerShell 3.0 and Windows Server 2011 R2 Advance topics with a clear understanding of PowerShell.
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I have looked at PowerShell 4-5 years ago. Dropped it because it was not mature.
It certainly is mature now. Very usable, and v3.0 is out; so no reason to wait. Super scripting tool.

I need PowerShell for Window server and installed application management, as well as interface/management to Amazon AWS cloud. Later just for fun; getting to know cloud'ing :-)

This book is good because it provides a quick intro with simple examples, for people which have written softeware programs before.
I recommend this as a first intro to PowerShell 2.0 as the first steps into the language.
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