Windows 7 Powershell v2

A “szokásos” élmények helyett örömmel láttam, hogy ez az első olyan MS kliens oprendszer, amelybe alapvetően integrált . és nem utólag letölthető/installálható – más platformokon (és hálisten az MS server oprendszereiben rendszeresített) már megszokott shell és parancssori nyelv.

For more information about Windows PowerShell 2.0, go to the Windows
PowerShell Web Site at http://www.microsoft.com/powershell and read
the Windows PowerShell Team Blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell.

 

PowerShell on Server Core « Dmitry’s PowerBlog: PowerShell and beyond

Below is a step-by-step instruction on installing Windows PowerShell on Windows Server 2008 in Server Core mode.

Note that these are in no way official or supported by Microsoft. Microsoft is working on official version of .NET and PowerShell for Server Core installations, so eventually you will be able to get this fully supported. Until then below are the instructions you can use at your own risk, etc., etc.

PowerShell on Server Core « Dmitry’s PowerBlog: PowerShell and beyond

Windows PowerShell 1.0 Documentation Pack

Van még 1-2 érdekes és hasznos letöltés ezen az oldalon. (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=b4720b00-9a66-430f-bd56-ec48bfca154f&displaylang=en) (meg néhány “hejesírási” hiba)

Documentation on the Windows PowerShell 1.0, including the “Getting Started Guide”, the “Windows PowerShell User Guide” and the “Quick Reference” documentation.

Source: Windows PowerShell 1.0 Documentation Pack

ShinyPower – Really useful PowerShell help application

Ez jó. 

When you get started with PowerShell you get overwelmed by the new command to learn. PowerShell has a built-in help command that gives you an overview of all available commands, and per command you can get help on it’s exact syntax. You get something like:

But it is difficult to get a direct overview of what commands are there, and what they exactly do.

Tonight I stumbled into a great little tool on CodePlex that does give you the same help information in a simple Windows application: ShinyPower.

The good thing is that it reads its help information from PowerShell itself, so if you add new command-lets, they automatically show up in ShinyPower.

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Source: Really useful PowerShell help application

Windows PowerShell Week Magazine

A “magazine” providing advance information about the Windows PowerShell Week webcast series. Includes information about each webcast, links to virtual labs and related resources, and articles that provide an introduction to working with Windows PowerShell.

Advance information for Windows PowerShell Week.

Source: Windows PowerShell Week Magazine