Chapter 6. Avoiding scripting pitfalls

Knowing what you should not script is as important as knowing what you should script. There are times when creating a Windows PowerShell script is not the best approach to a problem due to the lack of support in a particular technology or to project complexity. In this chapter, you will be introduced to some of the red flags that signal danger for a potential script project.

Lack of cmdlet support

It is no secret that cmdlet support is what makes working with Windows PowerShell so easy. If ...

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