How to Create and Run self-signed Powershell/PowerCLI scripts


Windows command line scripts was for a long time the only way for scripting windows. With the Windows PowerShell you have can write scripts more like an program in object oriented way. Starting with Windows 7 it is preinstalled with version 2.0 but can as well installed under Windows XP or Vista. Windows 8 will ship with version 3.0 which adds windows work flow foundation functionality. Windows 7 ships with an IDE for PowerShell called Windows PowerShell ISE”. Scripts stored in files with .ps1 suffix. A sample hello world looks like this:

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