Creating PowerShell Modules

This course demonstrates how to create, deploy and document PowerShell modules.
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This course demonstrates how to create, deploy and document PowerShell modules.
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PowerShell modules allow scripts, cmdlets and other assets to be integrated into PowerShell in order to extend its functionality. This course starts with an overview of PowerShell module fundamentals, and then proceeds to explore and explain script modules, binary and manifest modules, as well as dynamic modules. The course concludes with a look at how integrated help documentation for PowerShell scripts and modules can be created, deployed and updated.

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Description
PowerShell modules allow scripts, cmdlets and other assets to be integrated into PowerShell in order to extend its functionality. This course starts with an overview of PowerShell module fundamentals, and then proceeds to explore and explain script modules, binary and manifest modules, as well as dynamic modules. The course concludes with a look at how integrated help documentation for PowerShell scripts and modules can be created, deployed and updated.
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(77)
Duration
2h 33m
Released
23 Aug 2012
Course authors

Thomas is a UK IT Pro, with over 40 year’s experience in the IT field. He’s presently doing writing, consulting and training around some of the key Microsoft technologies including PowerShell, Lync and Windows Server/client. He’s an MVP in PowerShell.

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