Flashcards in PowerShell Deck (38)
Wildcard that sets up a match with any number of characters
Wildcard that sets up a match with a single character
Shows the default path PowerShell will use to search for the script you entered.
Shows all the currently running processes
"-Processname" allows you to specific a specific parameter
Retrives the contents of the current folder, or one you specify the path to.
Aliases: dir, ls
Checks if WinRM is running
Configures the WS-Management protocol to work with PowerShell
The cmdlet for programmatically configuring the Windows PowerShell console.
Refreshes the console window and forces the immediate application of the Get-Host configuration options you just set.
Accesses the history buffer commands and inserts them into the Windows PowerShell pipeline allowing you to programmatically access and manipulate them.
Takes as an argument a number representing the position of a command in the history buffer.
Shows a listing of all providers supported by Windows PowerShell.
Displays a listing of available drives and the provider with which they are associated.
Changes the current drive.
Aliases: sl, cd, pwd, chdir
Pauses the script until the users presses enter
Moves back one position in the command line history buffer
Moves forward one position in the command line history buffer
Moves to the first command stored in the command line history buffer
Moves to the last command stored in the command line history buffer
Jumps the cursor to the beginning of the command line
Jumps the cursor to the end of the command line
Moves the cursor to the left a word at a time
Moves the cursor to the right a word at a time
Gets the properties, methods, typeinfo, and property sets of the objects given to it.
Selects objects based on parameters set in the cmdlet command string.
Provides a high-level overview of how to work with background jobs.
Creates and executes a new local or remote background job.
Retrieves output generated by a background job. Once retrieved, the output is removed and no longer retrievable, unless you use the -keep argument.