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This book doesn t try to be all things to all people. In fact, Microsoft s PowerShell team loosely defines three audiences who use PowerShell:
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Administrators who primarily run commands and consume tools written by others. Administrators who combine commands and tools into more complex processes, and perhaps package those as tools that less-experienced administrators can utilize. Administrators and developers who create reusable tools and applications.
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This book is designed primarily for the first audience, and to a lesser degree the second audience. I think it s valuable for anyone, even a developer, to understand how the shell is used to run commands. After all, if you re going to create your own tools and commands, you should know the patterns that the shell uses, so that you can make tools and commands that work as well as they can within the shell. If you re interested in creating scripts to automate complex processes, such as new user provisioning, then you ll absolutely see how to do that by the end of this book. You ll even see how to get started on creating your own commands that other administrators can use. This book won t, however, plumb the depths of everything that PowerShell can possibly do. The goal here is to get you using the shell, and using it effectively, in a production environment.
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How to use this book
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The idea behind this book is that you ll read one chapter each day. You don t have to read it during lunch, but each chapter should only take you about 40 minutes or so to read, giving you an extra 20 minutes to gobble down the rest of your sandwich and practice what the chapter showed you.
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THE MAIN CHAPTERS
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Before you begin
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Of the 28 chapters in this book, chapters 2 through 24 contain the main content, giving you 23 days worth of lunches to look forward to, meaning you can look forward to completing the main content of the book in about a month. Try to stick with that schedule as much as possible, and don t feel the need to read extra chapters in a given day. It s actually more important that you spend some time practicing what each chapter shows you, because using the shell will help cement what you ve learned. Not every single chapter will require a full hour, so sometimes you ll be able to spend some additional time practicing (and eating lunch) before you have to get back to work.
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HANDS-ON LABS
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Most of the main content chapters include a short lab for you to complete. You ll be given instructions, and perhaps a hint or two, but you won t find any answers in the book. The answers are online, at MoreLunches.com, but try your best to complete each lab without looking at the online answers.
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS
The MoreLunches.com website also contains additional supplementary content, including extra chapters, companion videos, and so forth. In fact, each chapter has at least one companion video so that you can see what the chapter is describing, happening in an actual PowerShell window. The videos are only five minutes or so apiece, so you should have time to watch them when you re done reading the chapters.
IDEAS FOR ON YOUR OWN
Some chapters conclude with ideas for further exploration on your own. Again, try to find some spare minutes each afternoon to tackle these short challenges, because doing so will definitely improve your skill and comfort in the shell.
GOING FURTHER
The last four chapters in this book will help you take your newfound PowerShell skills and put them to work, take them further, and keep them fresh. Those chapters might not fit into a single hour, and they don t come with labs, but they will get you started on using PowerShell in the real world.
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