While Microsoft exploring some areas more than Windows, the latter's operating system is likely the product most of us know the best. Yet if you're not familiar with PowerShell, you're not getting the most from a tool you use every day. The 2022 Windows PowerShell Certification Bundle will show you what you're missing, and you can save even more on it during our ongoing Cyber Monday sale.
What Is PowerShell?
PowerShell is an automation and configuration tool in Windows that uses a command line and coding. If you've ever had the IT department upgrade your laptop remotely, PowerShell was likely involved. It's particularly beloved and used by systems administrators, yet PowerShell is a tool anybody can use, and instructor Vijay Saini, an IT professional specializing in automation, built these courses around that.
Saini's instructor rating is an impressive 4.3/5 stars, and his key point in these classes is that anybody can use PowerShell to take repetitive work off their plate. It's just a question of mastering the tool and the scripting.
Making Windows Work For You
The bundle starts with an introduction to PowerShell, where to find it, and the basics of running programs in it, before moving on to the scripting language used to automate work. Then Saini moves the course into a set of real-world problems you might encounter and how PowerShell can solve them, sharpening your scripting skills while illustrating some practical ideas.
From there, you can pick up advanced knowledge on Active Directory (AD) Management, and diagnosing problems in Windows by running detailed HTML reports. Even if you're only planning to use Windows for basic tasks, understanding PowerShell can help you better understand how it works and how to troubleshoot issues before you call IT, and it's also a great way to introduce yourself to practical coding skills.
Get the 2022 Windows PowerShell Certification Bundle for $6 (reg. $1200) with code CMSAVE70.
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