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WITPRO (Winnipeg IT Professionals) Presents- Windows PowerShell

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Red River College - Great West Life Lecture Theatre (Floor 1)

160 Princess Street

Winnipeg, MB R3B 1K9

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In this session, Byron provides an overview of Windows PowerShell and how it can be used for administration.

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Using Windows PowerShell has become a core skill for Windows administrators. You can manage almost any aspect of Windows Servers and clients by using Windows PowerShell. Some products like Exchange Server and Office 365 require you to use Windows PowerShell to perform administrative tasks that are not available in the graphical interface.

In this session, Byron provides an overview of Windows PowerShell and how it can be used for administration. This includes the following topics:

• Basic use of PowerShell cmdlets

• The PowerShell pipeline

• PSDrives

• Exporting data to file and retrieving it

• Script security

• PowerShell remoting

• Running PowerShell scripts as scheduled tasks

• PowerShell Desired State Configuration

Byron Wright (@ByronWrightGeek) is a consultant, author, and instructor. His areas of expertise are Windows Server, Exchange Server, and Office 365. He was a Microsoft MVP for Exchange Server/Office 365 for the years 2012-2015.

Byron first started working with PowerShell with the release of Exchange Sever 2007 because he had to. Now he looks to Windows PowerShell as his primary tool for performing and automating tasks. He is currently rewriting the Microsoft course 10961C Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell.

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Red River College - Great West Life Lecture Theatre (Floor 1)

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