Running the same individual scripts all day is not the best use of your time, but workflows are the solution! This course describes PowerShell workflows and shows how to write/develop, run, and troubleshoot workflows.
Workflows are used to execute long-running and restartable scripts that are a bother to run individually and they can greatly increase your productivity. In this course, Windows Workflows with Windows PowerShell, you'll learn how to use PowerShell workflows to help you do your work more efficiently. First, you'll begin by learning about different workflows and how to write and run them with Windows PowerShell. Next, you'll look at some of the issues that might arise when you convert a script or set of scripts into a workflow. Finally, you'll learn how to convert a set of scripts to a workflow. When you are finished with this course, you'll have the resources to understand Windows workflows with PowerShell and you'll be able to work faster then ever.
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.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, I'm Thomas Lee, and I'm really excited to share my new plural site course Windows Work flows with Power Shell with you today. For those of you do not know me, I'm a power show veteran. I was in that room in Los Angeles in 2003 on the day Microsoft first announced Moni, which later became Power ____ and I work with every version, both beta and released a power shell. Ever since, I've also written and taught a huge number of power shock horses a bunch for Floro site in person. I've also spoken at conferences around the world about power show. I'm a real power shell bigot now the course, which has five modules and several objectives. First we want to explain exactly what work flows are and what power show work flows are. I also want to look at what windows work for the foundation is and how that relates to power Shell in power show workflow. The core of the course is designed to show you how to write, debug and run the workflow using power shift, along with a few demos that I'm sure you'd like to try out at home now that is a departure from normal plural site approaches. I actually have a module which looks at how you convert a set of scripts to a worthless. The most important part of that module is the lessons that I learned to try to do just that. And finally, we want to give you lots of resource is both to reinforce the course details that also to provide you with more information. So I think this is a pretty good course, and I hope you'll enjoy it end up with forward to hearing from you.