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* '''[[Getting_Started_(PowerShell)|Getting Started]]''' - Tips to get you up and running
 
* '''[[Getting_Started_(PowerShell)|Getting Started]]''' - Tips to get you up and running
* '''[[Variables_(PowerShell)|Variables]]''' - An overview on PowerShell objects (variables) and their usage
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* '''[[:Category:Variables_(PowerShell)|Variables / Objects]]''' - An overview on PowerShell objects (variables) and their usage
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** [[Strings_(PowerShell)|Strings]]
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** [[Arrays_(PowerShell)|Arrays]]
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** [[Object_Types_(PowerShell)|Other Objects]]
 
* '''Interacting with...'''
 
* '''Interacting with...'''
 
** '''[[Excel_(PowerShell)|Excel]]'''
 
** '''[[Excel_(PowerShell)|Excel]]'''
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* http://thepowershellguy.com/blogs/posh/
 
* http://thepowershellguy.com/blogs/posh/
 
* http://poshcode.org/
 
* http://poshcode.org/
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Revision as of 14:48, 21 June 2013

PowerShell has become the scripting standard for Windows, replacing VBScript. I never really ventured into VBScript, it never seemed capable of doing what I wanted to achieve (in an easy fashion) and always ended up using AutoIT instead.

For those that manage VMware vSphere environments there is the excellent PowerCLI snap-in, which has the most active online PowerShell support community (outside of PowerShell itself) [1]

See also PowerCLI - The VMware vSphere PowerShell snap-in

Further reading...