Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 5/27)

Pimp out powershell

It’s time to pimp out PowerShell.

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 4/27)

The Powershell ISE and Console

Yes! So hopefully you completed my previous post that explained how to setup your PowerShell 5.0 lab.  It’s a lengthy post but walks you through step-by-step on how to setup a Windows Server 2016 Domain Controller and how to setup your entire lab really.

So once you have that going on it’s time to start PowerShell!

The first thing you’ll notice when signing into your Windows Server 2016 server or your Windows 10 Professional client is that PowerShell isn’t visible.

It’s not pinned to the taskbar; and quite honestly, it doesn’t look like it’s installed on the computer.

But alas!  It is there and today I’m going to show you how to launch the PowerShell console and ISE as an Administrator.

Check this out!

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 3/27)

Building your Lab

Today I’m going to show you how to setup your PowerShell 5.0 lab.

After we set this up you’ll have everything you need to follow along and kick ass in PowerShell.

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 2/27)

Why care about PowerShell? Featured Image

So what’s the deal with PowerShell?  Why should you even care?

In this tutorial you’re going to learn the top 5 reasons why you absolutely positively need to learn Powershell right now.  Not tomorrow but now!

Let’s jump in:

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Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 1/27)

Powershell 5

Welcome to my brand spanking new series on getting comfortable with Windows PowerShell!

PowerShell is awesome.  It truly is the best thing since… well the command prompt.  It total destroys the Linux bash terminal, karate chops the Windows Command prompt and triumphs over any other command terminal that I’ve ever used.

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