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Aug 1 2017   7:04PM GMT


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PowerShell cmdlets

A cmdlet (pronounced “command-let”) is a lightweight Windows PowerShell script that performs a single function. Continued…

Quote of the Day

“The principal advantage to using a PowerShell cmdlet is the ability to automate actions using scripts.” – Stephen J. Bigelow

Learning Center
Automate Active Directory jobs with PowerShell scripts
Follow these simple steps to automate Active Directory tasks with PowerShell, including creating new users from a CSV file.

Is there an advantage to using SharePoint Online PowerShell cmdlets?
Using a Windows PowerShell module, sys admins can automate SharePoint Online tasks that may otherwise be too time-consuming.

Top 25 list of Windows PowerShell commands for administrators
Administrators can learn how to use cmdlets for a variety of simple scripting tasks and manage systems with some of the more common Windows PowerShell commands.

How to run PowerShell cmdlets on remote servers
PowerShell is considered a local management tool, but admins also can use certain cmdlets such as Invoke-Command and New-PSSession in the scripting language to manage multiple remote servers.

Ease migrations with Windows Server Migration Tools cmdlets
Windows Server Migration Tools help administrators with particular tasks, such as moving features from a multi-role server into a group of single-role servers.

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