Creating pipelines and interacting with objects in Windows PowerShell

This screencast demonstrates how to create basic pipelines in Windows PowerShell, and introduces you to three more simple commands: get-process, get-member and get-alias.

This is the second of a four-part screencast series on using Windows PowerShell with Microsoft evangelist David Aiken. This screencast shows you how to create basic pipelines, and then work interactively with objects by processing them across those pipelines. You will also be introduced to three more simple PowerShell commands: get-process, get-member and get-alias.


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Check out our Scripting School archive with Christa Anderson

POWERSHELL PRIMER SERIES

Part 1: Getting started with PowerShell
Part 2: Creating pipelines and interacting with objects
Part 3: PowerShell security features
Part 4: Writing simple scripts and functions
 

This was last published in February 2008

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