PowerShell 2.0 One Cmdlet at a Time – Available as PDF download

If you have been following my blog for a while you will know that between November 2009 and July 2010 I ran a series of blog posts covering new cmdlets in PowerShell 2.0. I thought it would be useful to aggregate these posts into one document for reference purposes and so I have made this series available for download as a PDF.

You’ll be pleased to know I have spent many hours tidying it up, making links to other cmdlets internal to the document throughout and it has also been thoroughly reviewed by fellow PowerShell MVPs Thomas Lee , Richard Siddaway and Aleksandar Nikolic – I am most appreciative of their efforts in reviewing and the feedback given!

I hope you find this consolidated series useful. If you do then I ask that you consider making a small donation to a UK based charity that help the parents of children born with Tracheo-Oesophageal Fistula (TOF) and Oesophageal Atresia (OA). You can find out more about this charity through their website http://www.tofs.org.uk/index.php and can make a donation here http://www.justgiving.com/tofs/donate . I know from personal experience what a great job they do. Members of this charitable organisation condition are being particularly encouraged during October 2010 to raise awareness and funding so I hope you will help me in doing that.

13 thoughts on “PowerShell 2.0 One Cmdlet at a Time – Available as PDF download

  1. A most excellent PDF. Thanks for doing this. I’m a SQL MVP and I’m always looking for new PS resources because I’m starting to not only admin my SQL boxes with PS, but also my clusters.

  2. Where did you find the official Microsoft list of cmdlets? I can’t seem to find any list that definitively lists the new cmdlets for PowerShell 1.0 and PowerShell 2.0.

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