Microsoft PowerShell for Windows: Aliases, Providers, and Objects
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
Every time you work in PowerShell in any one of its guises as a host application or ISE, you are working in the context of a provider. Aliases in Windows PowerShell are a kind of shorthand for a cmdlet. This course covers aliases and providers. And continues to cover the pipeline and working with objects and rounds off with formatting output.
Windows administrators and developers who wish to use PowerShell
What is an Alias?
Creating Your Own Aliases I
Creating Your Own Aliases II
Creating Your Own Aliases III
Saving Your Custom Aliases
What are Providers?
Discovering and Accessing Providers I
Discovering and Accessing Providers II
Discovering and Accessing Providers III
Discovering and Accessing Providers IV
Discovering and Accessing Providers V
What is the Pipeline?
Discovering Object Members I
Discovering Object Members II
Discovering Object Members III
Discovering Object Members IV
Discovering Object Members V
Taking Action on Objects
Sorting Pipeline Output
Formatting Windows PowerShell Output I
Formatting Windows PowerShell Output II
Formatting Windows PowerShell Output III
Exercise: Working with Aliases, Providers, and Objects