Inventory Your Network and Clients with Windows PowerShell


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Learning Windows PowerShell can be tough without a practical task to tackle. While you're not going to write the next System Center product in Windows PowerShell, you can certainly write your own reusable tools that collect key pieces of management information from remote computers! Windows PowerShell MVP and guru Don Jones helps you do just that, and along the way you learn to use WMI from within Windows PowerShell, how to write shell functions and modules, how to connect functions in the pipeline, and how to package everything into a professional-looking, reusable tool that your colleagues and coworkers can use.
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