Windows PowerShell Workflow (PSW)

A workflow represents a set of objects, tasks, and activities that are connected together and running concurrently or sequentially, or even both. In an IT world, the word "workflow" is always associated with another word called automation. For example, in Microsoft SharePoint Server, we use workflows to automate approval processes such as a vacation request approval, and in Microsoft Forefront Identity Management (FIM), we use workflows to reset users' passwords, and a lot of other examples in many other applications and technologies.

Workflow capabilities have been introduced in Windows PowerShell 3.0, and it is designed specifically to help you perform long-time and effort-consuming complex tasks across multiple ...

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