PowerShelling Terminal Services and Citrix Revisited, from BriForum 2008

Windows PowerShell is a new command line shell and admin-focused scripting language with more than 130 standard command line tools.

This is a video of a breakout session from BriForum 2008, presented by Shawn Bass and Jason Conger.

Session Description: Windows PowerShell is a new command line shell and admin-focused scripting language with more than 130 standard command line tools. This session will focus on using the built-in PowerShell commands to administer Terminal Services and Citrix environments as well as building your own custom PowerShell cmdlets to fit your needs.

Following is a rough outline of the session topics:

  • PowerShell Basics
  • History
  • Availability
  • Getting Help (main pages)
  • Syntax (verb-noun)
  • Common built-in commands
  • PowerShell and WMI Providers
  • Using PowerShell with WMI
  • Citrix Presentation Server 4.x WMI Provider
  • Citrix Licensing WMI Provider
  • PowerShell and MFCOM
  • MFCOM objects
  • Using PowerShell with MFCOM
  • Writing your own PowerShell functions (Cmdlets)

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