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Sheet1 Page 1 TOPIC about_PSSnapins SHORT DESCRIPTION Describes Windows PowerShell snap-ins and shows how to use and manage them. LONG DESCRIPTION A Windows PowerShell snap-in is a Microsoft .NET Framework assembly that contains Windows PowerShell providers and/or cmdlets. Windows PowerShell includes a set of basic snap-ins, but you can extend the power and value of Windows PowerShell by adding snap-ins that contain providers and cmdlets that you create or get from others. When you add a snap-in, the cmdlets and providers that it contains are immediately available for use in the current session, but the change affects only the current session. To add the snap-in to all future sessions, save it in your Windows PowerShell profile. You can also use the Export-Console cmdlet to save the snap-in names to a console file and then use it in future sessions. You can even save multiple console files, each with a different set of snap-ins. BUILT-IN SNAP-INS Windows PowerShell includes a set of Windows PowerShell snap-ins that contain the built-in providers and cmdlets. Microsoft.PowerShell.Core Contains providers and cmdlets used to manage the basic features of Windows PowerShell. It includes the FileSystem, Registry, Alias, Environment, Function, and Variable providers and basic cmdlets like Get-Help, Get-Command, and Get-History. Microsoft.PowerShell.Host
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course BUS fin taught by Professor Fez during the Spring '10 term at Valparaiso.

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