Windows PowerShell 3.0 and Server Manager Quick Reference Guides

We are pleased to announce the availability of Windows PowerShell 3.0 quick reference guides that PowerShell Magazine has created and are now part of “Windows PowerShell 3.0 and Server Manager Quick Reference Guides” package that you can download on the Microsoft Download Center.

The PDF files in this download are quick reference (also called “cheat sheet”) guides for IT professionals and scripting enthusiasts who want to learn tips, shortcuts, common operations, limitations, and proper syntax for using Windows PowerShell 3.0 and Server Manager in Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate.

The download package contains the following files:

•PowerShell_LangRef_v3.pdf – This four-page reference describes operators, arrays, automatic and preference variables, useful Windows PowerShell 3.0 commands, methods, and reading and tutorial resource list.

•PowerShell_ISE_v3.pdf – This two-page reference describes keyboard shortcuts that you can use to navigate Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) more quickly, and introduces the new ISE object model.

•PowerShell_Examples_v3.pdf – This two-page reference describes how to perform popular IT management and scripting tasks by using Windows PowerShell 3.0, including how to fetch data by using Management OData IIS Services, how to schedule jobs, how to install Windows PowerShell Web Access by using Windows PowerShell cmdlets, and how to create new SMB file shares.

•Quick_Reference_SM_WS12.pdf – This two-page reference describes common tasks that you can perform in the new Server Manager console in Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate and where to find documentation to help you manage multiple, remote servers by using Server Manager and Windows PowerShell.

If you are attending TechEd NA conference in Orlando next week, you can also get these quick reference guides at Windows Server 2012 Server Manager & PowerShell station in the Technical Learning Center (TLC). Stop by to learn more about Windows PowerShell 3.0 and Server Manager.

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