Are you a beginning to intermediate PowerShell scripter and tired of writing one-off scripts? Take your scripting to the next level and begin to think of your scripts as tools. PowerShell can be many things to many different people. PowerShell can be a simple command-line replacement or a scripting language. Beginners to intermediate-level scripters are probably still writing one-liners and simple scripts. They're probably starting to see the potential of PowerShell not as a simple scripting language but as a way to build "tools" to use over and over again. Don't recreate the wheel. Learn how to create reusable scripts so you don't have to recreate that wheel.
Table of contents:
Moving from the Console to a Script 17:50
Tool #1: Active Directory Account Management Automator 1:10:57
Tool #2: Log Investigator 32:57
Tool #3: File and Folder Management Automator 57:01
Debugging Techniques 29:41
Use Modules to Create a Tool Belt 21:33