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CommandType ----------Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet
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Definition ---------Add-ADComputerServiceAc... Add-ADDomainControllerP... Add-ADFineGrainedPasswo... Add-ADGroupMember [-Ide... Add-ADPrincipalGroupMem... Clear-ADAccountExpirati...
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This time, I used the -module parameter to specify the module name, limiting the list of commands to those that are included with the specified module. Modules can also add PSDrive providers, and you would use the same technique as you did for PSSnapins to identify any new providers: run Get-PSProvider.
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Take a close look at the commands I added for both SQL Server and Active Directory. Notice anything special about the commands names Most PowerShell extensions Exchange Server being a notable exception, because it was the first product to include a PowerShell extension, and they hadn t thought everything through at that point add a short prefix to the noun portion of their command names. Get-ADUser, for example, or Invoke-SqlCmd. These prefixes may seem awkward, but they re designed to prevent command conflicts. For example, suppose you loaded two modules that each contained a Get-User cmdlet. With two commands having the same name and being loaded at the same time, which one would PowerShell execute when you run Get-User The last one loaded. But the other commands having the same name are not inaccessible. To specifically run either command, you would have to use a somewhat awkward naming convention that requires both the snap-in name and the command name. So if one Get-User came from a snap-in called MyCoolPowerShellSnapin, you d have to run this:
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That s an awful lot of typing, and it s why Microsoft suggests adding a product-specific prefix, like AD or SQL, to the noun of each command. Doing so helps prevent a conflict and helps make commands easier to identify and use. If you do wind up with a conflict, you can always choose to remove one of the conflicting extensions. Simply run Remove-PSSnapin or Remove-Module, along with the snap-in or module name, to unload an extension.
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Finding help on newly added commands
Once you have a list of newly added commands, you can start reading through their help. Microsoft-supplied snap-ins and modules usually come with help files, but thirdparty snap-ins or modules may not. (If they don t, you should definitely complain to the vendor there s no reason not to provided integrated help.) Given that you already know how to get a list of command names from a snap-in or module, finding the help should be easy. For example, Help Get-ADUser will retrieve the help for that command.
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Help information is stored as a sort of database, not as formatted text files. When you ask for help, PowerShell reads the help database for that command and dynamically constructs the help display that you see on the screen. That means all help files will have the same format, the same layout, and the same typographical conventions, keeping everything consistent. Everything that you learned about help files in chapter 3 will apply to the help for snap-ins and modules, including the ability to use the -example parameter to see examples of how to use the newly added commands.
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Let s put your newfound knowledge to use. I m going to assume that you re using a Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controller, and I d like you to follow along with the commands I present in this section. More importantly, I want you to follow the process and the thinking that I ll explain, because this is exactly how I teach myself to use new commands without rushing out and buying a new book for every single product and feature that I run across. In the concluding lab for this chapter, I ll have you repeat this same process on your own, to learn about an entirely new set of commands. My goal is to get an inventory of installed Windows roles and features, and to add a new role or feature. To begin with, I know that I d normally use the Server Manager GUI. I ll start by looking for a snap-in or module that seems related to Server Manager. That requires me to run both Get-PSSnapin -registered and Get-Module -listavailable:
PS C:\> get-pssnapin -registered Name : SqlServerCmdletSnapin100 PSVersion : 2.0 Description : This is a PowerShell snap-in that includes various SQL Server cmdlets. Name : SqlServerProviderSnapin100 PSVersion : 2.0 Description : SQL Server Provider
PS C:\> get-module -list ModuleType ---------Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest PS C:\> Name ---ActiveDirectory ADRMS AppLocker BestPractices BitsTransfer GroupPolicy PSDiagnostics ServerManager TroubleshootingPack WebAdministration ExportedCommands ---------------{} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {}
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