PowerShell 7 for IT Professionals
This book, PowerShell 7 for IT Professionals, covers PowerShell version 7, and has over 700 pages of pure PowerShell goodness. Many examples are accompanied by screenshots, giving you a visual idea of what you’re working with.
This is helpful for folks who learn best through seeing how something works visually. Some sections aren’t as in-depth as others (the Active Directory section clocks in at only two pages), but overall, I found that just about everything I wanted to know was in there somewhere.
This book is ideal for IT professionals who want to learn about PowerShell 7 for administration and automation tasks.
You’ll learn how to automate a wide range of daily tasks, from creating new files and folders to copying and backing up files. The content focuses on practical ways you can use PowerShell 7 in your environment.
Each lesson provides a series of steps that gradually introduce features. Then you’ll apply what you’ve learned in a sample scenario using real-world techniques that involve tools such as Notepad, Windows Explorer, Active Directory Administrative Center, and Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE).
This book is a must-have for any IT professional who wants to learn about PowerShell 7 and its features.
The book has in-depth content that will help you master PowerShell, no matter how big or small your understanding of it is. Written by Thomas Lee, an author with 20 years of industry experience, you can trust that you’re getting accurate and thorough information from someone who really knows what they’re talking about.
You’ll also appreciate how easy Lee makes things: no technical jargon, just easy-to-understand language that helps ensure anyone can read and absorb what he writes. This is a great choice for beginners; however, advanced users will still find plenty of useful information here too. Make sure your copy arrives at your door today!
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