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PowerShell in Practice by Richard Siddaway
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HIGHLIGHTPowerShell in Practice teaches Windows administrators how PowerShell solvesmore than 50 common problems in server and user management.DESCRIPTIONWindows PowerShell is a scripting language that simplifies Windows systemadministration. PowerShell in Practice is a hands-on reference for administratorswanting to learn and use PowerShell. Following the "in Practice" style, individualrelated techniques are clustered into chapters. Each technique is presented inthe form: problem, solution, discussion, and includes annotated code listings.Written to answer the question "How can PowerShell make my job as an administratoreasier?" this book concentrates on practical tasks and automation.Starting with an a brief tutorial and review, the majority of the book focuses ontwo major PowerShell usage areas: People user accounts, mailboxes, desktopconfiguration; and Servers Active Directory, Exchange, IIS, and more.KEY POINTS Over 50 specific techniques that solve admin problems Covers PowerShell 2.0 Explicitly written from an admin point of view Concise focus on common administrative tasks such as remotely configuringOffice applications and managing registry data Demystifies .NET and COM for administrators Will help automate administration of core Windows technologies includingWindows Server, SQL Server, and DNS

Author Biography

Richard Siddaway is an IT Architect with 20 years experience as an analystprogrammer,server administrator, support engineer, DBA, and architect. Richardis a PowerShell MVP and founded the UK PowerShell User Group. He blogsabout PowerShell and related topics at andhas written at MSDN, Technet, and elsewhere.
Release date Australia
May 28th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Manning Publications
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