Associated Courses

Windows Server 2019 Server Administration

Windows Server 2019 Active Directory and Group Policy

pdfCourse Outline

Duration

2 Days

Price

£595 per person

Pre-Requisites

This course assumes delegates have a thorough understanding of implementing Windows 2016 Servers and Domain Controllers in a domain based server environment. This knowledge can be gained from our Windows Server 2016 Server Administration and our Windows Server 2016 Active Directory and Group Policy courses.

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PowerShell Core Skills

Learn how to

Content

Introduction to PowerShell
Identifying tasks for automation
Analysing existing automation solutions
Combining the shell and scripting language
Using the .NET framework to expanding the scope of managed objects
PowerShell Fundamentals

Accessing the PowerShell Console
Contrasting expression and command modes
Accessing the PowerShell help menu
Navigating PowerShell drives

Configuring the PowerShell Interface
Using the enhanced security policy
Preventing malicious code execution
Using Profiles to optimise the users’ environ-ment

Invoking ‘cmdlets’ – Command Lets
Streamlining scripts with simplified syntax
Improving productivity and maintainability through consistent command structure

Managing Input and Output
Securing interactive input using AsSecureString
Obtaining input from multiple file formats
Formatting output for clarity
Redirecting output to alternate locations

Manipulating PowerShell Object Instances
Reading and writing object properties
Driving object behaviour with method operators

Controlling Script Execution
Constructing object pipelines
Pipelining objects to automate administrative tasks
Isolating objects through filtering

Using WMI Object Instances to Automate Computer Management
Assigning properties to control computer configuration
Invoking methods to perform system administration
Harnessing powerful WMI Query Language (WQL) queries

Implementing Flow Control
Enumerating objects via for each-object loops
Using Comparison operators
Using the Switch statement
Creating code using functions
Using Wildcard Operators to increase the power of expressions

Unleashing the Power of .NET Objects
Working with static classes and methods
Retrieving object information through reflection
Parsing remote computer event logs
Configuring Systems with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)

Using the ADSI Editor
Accessing the Active Directory (AD) with the LDAP provider
Creating users, computer and groups Manipulating and deleting existing Active Directory objects
Manipulating group memberships

Using the WinNT Provider to Administer Workstations
Accessing local SAM databases
Fine-tuning local users and groups

Accessing and Manipulating Forest-Wide Data
Enumerating sites and subnets
What are Operations Masters (FSMOs)?
Managing FSMO roles

Optimising Scripts
Troubleshooting scripts
Handling runtime errors
Debugging code