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Technology’s growing rhythm is running faster than before, and business needs are getting more complex every day. So, it is time to learn something new to help conquer the challenge. With PowerShell in your toolbox, you can easily perform many tasks with less time, effort, and cost. PowerShell is a helpful scripting technology that enables the automation of system management tasks and the creation of system management tools.

"PowerShell 3.0 Advanced Administration Handbook" comes with a set of real-world scenarios and detailed scripts that will help you get started with PowerShell, learn what PowerShell is, how to write the syntax, and build your scripts, and how to use and integrate PowerShell with different technologies, products, and tools.

This handbook starts with the essential topics of PowerShell, then introduces the new features in PowerShell 3.0. The book then goes through building PowerShell scripts, function, and developing extensions like snap-ins and modules, and continues with detailed examples showing the usage of PowerShell with different technologies and products to give you an idea of PowerShell usage in the real world.


This book is a collection of selected real-world scenarios, detailed solutions, and screenshots.

Who this book is for

If you are a system administrator who wants to automate repeated daily tasks and perform complex administration requirements in a timely manner with less effort, then this is the book for you.
In order to get the maximum benefit of this book you need to have some basic scripting knowledge and good administration experience.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Sherif Talaat

Sherif Talaat is a young computer science addict. He is MCSA, MCSE, MCTS, and MCITP certified. He has been working in the ICT industry since 2005. He used to work on Microsoft core infrastructure platforms and solutions with main focus on IT process automation and scripting techniques.

He is one of the early adopters of Windows PowerShell in the region called MEA—Middle East and Africa. He speaks about Windows PowerShell in technical events and user groups' gatherings; he is the founder of the "Egypt PowerShell User Group" (, and is the author behind the first and only Arabic PowerShell blog ( He has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for PowerShell five times in row since 2009. You can also catch him at

Haijun Fu

Haijun Fu is a computer programmer and an author living in China. He was educated at the Lanzhou University. He has been a Windows PowerShell Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 2011.

With a strong focus on PowerShell, cloud computing, the next generation of Internet security, Internet technology development, software testing, and database design, he has been writing many articles in order to share his experience with others on his blog. He has over 7 years of experience in software development and system architecture design. He is skilled especially at systems analysis, architecture design, and software project management.

In his spare time, he likes reading and writing. He is the author of two technical books called Windows PowerShell 2.0 Application Programming Best, Practices Publishing House of Electronics Industry in Mainland China and 350 PowerShell Utilize Example: Windows Automation Technology Manual in Taiwan.

He can be found on the Web at and on Twitter as @fuhj02. You can also reach him by e-mail at


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  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (25. April 2013)
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HASH(0x94658558) von 5 Sternen Wide coverage 29. Juli 2013
Von Paul Cunningham - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I see most tech books as falling into one of three categories.

1) Absolute beginner's guides using very simple lessons
2) Guides for people with some experience, touching a wider range of topics
3) Deep dives on a more narrow, specific topic

I think this book falls into category 2. The authors walk through a good intro to PowerShell that would suit someone who doesn't want to be treated as a complete beginner and spend too much time on the easy stuff. They then cover a range of topics (AD, Server, Exchange/Lync, etc) without going into too much depth, giving enough info to set you on the right path.

Good coverage of PS Remoting and it was also nice to see a chapter on Orchestrator.

Anyone expecting a deep dive or lots of examples for the topics such as AD and Exchange may be disappointed, but there are other titles like the Exchange 2010 PowerShell Cookbook that suit those needs better.
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HASH(0x91d60678) von 5 Sternen Highly recommended for anyone who has prior experience in PowerShell 16. Juli 2013
Von Jayson - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Having recently completed a Microsoft course in PowerShell (version 2) I was excited to begin using my knowledge in real world automation scenarios. I am part of a small I.T. group in a K-12 school division that is responsible for thousands of Windows client machines, over a hundred servers, and we manage over 10,000 Active Directory user accounts. When this book came to my attention I was intrigued - thinking it would add some real world examples to what I had already learned about PowerShell. I was not disappointed - in fact the authors managed to include examples and solutions that went far beyond my expectations.
In particular I found the coverage of new features and capabilities in PowerShell v3.0 to be invaluable. Much of the information can be found elsewhere, but in this book it is presented in sufficient detail yet in a very concise manner. In fact brevity is one of the things I most value about this book. The authors have managed to cover a wide range of applications that go far beyond basic PowerShell scripting. Many of the topics that are covered in this book were not even mentioned in the PowerShell course I took.
Topics in this book that I believe will be of particular value to IT System Admins and Solution Developers:
I appreciated the chapters on managing Active Directory and Windows servers - great coverage in this book, and essential knowledge for anyone who administers Windows systems.
The Chapter on developing PowerShell Snap-Ins - if you are a .Net developer you need to read this chapter! (And if you are thinking that a .Net Developer has no need for a scripting/command environment like PowerShell - you'd be wrong!) I haven't found this topic covered in any of the other PowerShell books or PowerShell web content that I have seen.
There are chapters on using PowerShell to manage Microsoft's cloud platforms, Unified Communications, and on integrating PowerShell with Microsoft System Center. This kind of information and similar code examples can possibly be found elsewhere, but this book brings it all together in one place and covers the topics in some depth.
Overall I'd give this book a strong recommendation for anyone who needs a concise handbook for some fairly advanced PowerShell and systems management tasks. My one criticism is that this book would not be a great introduction to PowerShell. If you need to know the basics of PowerShell this is probably not the book to get. But if you already have some level of comfort with the "PS>" prompt, with the verb-noun construct of PowerShell CMDLTs, with the PowerShell PipeLine, and especially if you are tasked with deploying and managing Azure, Office 365, Microsoft Lync, Exchange, SQL, then this might well be the PowerShell book you need!
HASH(0x9441de7c) von 5 Sternen Great PS Admins Book with Focus on Specific areas of Technology for Real World Application 23. Juni 2013
Von L. Bounds - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I like the idea of having a Powershell book that is a "A fast-paced PowerShell guide with real-world scenarios and detailed solutions" I already have at least 3 other Powershell books and some video training Series. Some of the other Powershell books I have are for people learning Powershell for the first time and as such they spend a great deal of time building a foundation of learning every aspect of PS. This book does go over this subject in "Getting Started with Powershell" Chapter 1 which would be a good refresher for those that have already had some PS experience or for those using Powershell for the first time.
The purpose of the book however is to address real world scenarios and get you up and running to address particular applications of PS to solve a problem.
As a busy admin I like the idea of having a book that covers several specific areas that may come up in my job where I can grab the book and start applying it to a specific area of technology.

You can see the subject matter covered in the Chapter listing below. Different sections of the book will appeal to different admins depending on your interest.
Specifically to me areas of interest were in Chapter 6 "Managing Active Directory with PowerShell" where it delves into AD management with PS.
Chapter 7 gets into Server Management, managing IIS, working with GPOs, Managing DNS, Hyper-V and AppLocker.
Chapter 8 gets into Exchange Management, Lync and Office 365 with real world Senarios of tasks an admin would be performing with included examples. For getting into the real tasks of an admin using PS with Exchange you can see here real examples of what to do for Specific tasks. As a busy admin this is the kind of thing I look for in a PS book I'd like to keep on the shelf at work.
Chapter 9 gets into Managing Sharepoint and SQL scripting with PowerShell. Chapter 10 covers Managing Desktop Virtualization which is one of my favorite subjects.
Chapter 11 "Managing Microsoft Cloud Platform" demonstrates real world scenarios and application again here covering automation and PS usage for Windows Azure and cloud services.
Finally Chapter 12 "Integrating Windows PowerShell and System Center Orchestrator". I don't really remember seeing this subject covered like this in the other System Center books I own.
Anyone really interested in Automation with System Center would like to see what is here with this subject covering an overview of System Center Orchestrator, working with workbooks and how Orchestrator and Powershell work better together with Automation being the goal.

As a System Center Admin I would like to see more explored on the subject of using Powershell for Automation for System Center Admin tasks but with hundreds of CMDlets included with System Center exploring each area of System Center and what possibilities for automating Admin tasks
could possibly fill up several chapters itself if not it's own book. System Center in itself is clearly a huge product with Orchestrator just being a part of the suite now.
If you are interested in using System Center for automating tasks in your environment you would want to see Orchestrator with PS explored here which is covered in this book.

Overall I think it is a good addition to the Admin's bookshelf and especially if you are interested in some of the specific areas of technology covered here. I like the idea of having a go to book that explores a specific area that may come up at my job where I can grab the book and see real world examples and start applying them which is what I like most about the book.

The book itself is 346 pages with these subjects covered in the Chapters:

The book includes sample scripts and files that go along with the book.

Chapter 1: Getting Started with PowerShell
Chapter 2: Developing Snap-ins for PowerShell
Chapter 3: Using PowerShell Remoting
Chapter 4: Extending Windows PowerShell
Chapter 5: Managing Core Infrastructure with PowerShell
Chapter 6: Managing Active Directory with PowerShell
Chapter 7: Managing the Server with PowerShell
Chapter 8: Managing Unified Communication Environments
Chapter 9: Managing Collaboration and Data Platforms
with PowerShell
Chapter 10: Managing Microsoft Desktop Virtualization
with PowerShell
Chapter 11: Managing Microsoft Cloud Platform with PowerShell
Chapter 12: Integrating Windows PowerShell and System
Center Orchestrator
HASH(0x9221b3fc) von 5 Sternen This book covers a large amount of technologies in a small package. 19. Juni 2013
Von Zach Loeber - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
-= Introduction =-
Powershell has proven to be wildly popular among a wide variety of users within the information technology arena. Experts use it for automation, deployment, information gathering, integration, and countless other tasks in their daily routines. Powershell is already up to its third version and Microsoft has exhibited a proven dedication for integrating the popular scripting language into all of its product lines. If you already have dabbled in powershell 1.0/2.0 and are looking to vamp up your skills or to simply better understand what 3.0 has to offer then this book may be for you.

-= Evaluation =-
Weighing in at approximately 330 pages this book is not encyclopedic in its breadth of powershell coverage. And that is exactly why I like about it. Content is presented in a right to the point manner with concise examples and tips.

The book starts out on the fast track but with very important base knowledge. The usual suspects are covered such as redirecting and formatting output, but very quickly more advanced topics are presented (like the new CIM cmdlets and displaying object member types). By page 20 the authors are already jumping into creating .NET and COM object variables from existing object types.

As expected, this book covers some of the cooler aspects of powershell 3.0 such as the web access gateway (PSWA), ISE enhancements and tips, and workflows (PSW), and enhanced remoting/session capabilities. What wasn't expected was the number of application specific chapters which were covered as well. Of course on-premise sharepoint and exchange were adequately represented but so were a slew of other technologies including (but not limited to) Windows 2012 Core Infrastructures such as, Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS), DNS, DHCP, Firewall, and the Best Practice Analyzer (BPA). Also covered were Windows 2012 application specific sub-topics such as IIS, Hyper-V, and AppLocker.

Understandably, with Microsoft's strong push towards its expanding cloud platform, there was very solid coverage of it within the book. But this certainly did not overshadow other topic areas. Whole chapters were dedicated to worthy technical arenas such as;

- Unified Communication (Exchange, Lync, Office 365)
- Collaboration and Data Platforms (Sharepoint, Sharepoint Online, SQL Server)
- Desktop Virtualization (RDS)
- The Microsoft Cloud Platform (Windows Azure!)
- Integrating with System Center Orchestrator

(System Center Orchestrator never seems to get enough love, I'm glad that it had a noteworthy presence in this handbook!)

The book felt a bit fractured to me in how topics were presented early on. As an example, functions were covered in the early chapters of the book but defining parameters/parameter sets was not touched upon until far later within the powershell modules chapter. But this did not detract from the value of this handbook as it is a handbook, not a compendium of all things powershell.

I was also a bit surprised at a complete lack of representation for Microsoft's trademark operation platforms, SCCM and SCOM. This may be partially due to the large nature of these product though though so I can easily forgive these omissions.

-= Conclusion =-
This book covers a large amount of technologies in a small package. The sub-title printed on the cover for the book includes "fast-paced" for a reason, it jumps right into powershell 3.0 and does not let up on pertinent examples and tips for the entire ride. While many powershell fundamentals are covered in this book, they are covered lightly.

If you learn well by example and have a bit of prior experience with powershell 2.0 then this book should help you to pick up powershell 3.0 pretty quickly. If you are looking for real-world examples for current cutting edge Microsoft infrastructure technologies there are plenty of materials within this book to easily justify having it on your bookshelf.
HASH(0x91d046f0) von 5 Sternen A Good PowerShell Book for Modern IT Management 5. Juli 2013
Von Eric Sheh - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Recently I read this book, PowerShell 3.0 Advanced Administration Handbook, which I found really worthy of recommending. Actually, I think this is a good book for enterprise IT administrators, IT professionals, and all kinds of PowerShell users. It gives you a comprehensive view on the v3.0 of Windows PowerShell, which is more powerful in functionalities and more user-friendly than v2 in both console and ISE.

This book not only introduces the new features and capabilities in PowerShell 3.0, but also offered a systematic knowledge learning for advanced Windows PowerShell usage. It is actually a good teacher for experienced users to go further in PowerShell study, and passingly learn what they can utilize in the new version of PowerShell. I think it can also be a good choice for novices, because the first chapter explained PowerShell basics in detail, like syntax and grammar, and also offered guidance on how to write effective scripts and use them, etc.

As for me, I think the second chapter is impressive. It talks about how to develop, debug, and play with snap-ins, which can be very helpful to IT Pros. This is something advanced, and which many other books do not even mention. And also, this book talks about how to use PowerShell to simplify and automate IT management tasks, and it gives lots of practical sample codes, which you can use directly, and stimulate your inspiration on how to write efficient codes.

What's more, this book introduced PowerShell for System Center, for unified communication environment, for VDI, and for cloud platform as well. I guess you have already foreseen this trend that Microsoft is integrating PowerShell into its entire product line for enterprises, and the traditional CMD is fading out. Therefore, this book can be your good assistant in learning something new.

Well, so much for this, and if you have interest in PowerShell, just take a look ;)
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