This course is designed to take the fundamentals of programming that you learned as part of the Cyber Foundation Pathway and build on them to enable you to interpret and write PowerShell scripts.
You will learn/develop:
- the functionality of windows PowerShell and use it to run and find basic commands
- identify and run cmdlets for server administration
- work with windows PowerShell pipeline
- describe the techniques windows PowerShell pipeline uses
- use PSProviders and PSDrives to work with other forms of storage
- query system information by using WMI and CIM
- work with variables, arrays, and hash tables
- write basic scripts in windows PowerShell
- write advanced scripts in windows PowerShell
- administer remote computers
- use background jobs and scheduled jobs
- use advanced windows PowerShell techniques
This course is aimed at those who will need to interpret and write PowerShell code as part of their core role.
Must have passed CFPM5 – Programming introduction. Must be minimum SC cleared.
To attend this module you just have completed CFP M5 – Introduction to programming
Assessment of this module will be a number of short coding assignments during the course which must be completed.