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Windows PowerShell™ 2.0: Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 3. Managing Your Windows PowerShell Environment

When you start Windows PowerShell, the working environment is loaded automatically. Many features of the working environment come from profiles, which are a type of script that run when you start PowerShell. However, the working environment is also determined by imported modules, snap-ins, providers, command paths, file extensions, and file associations. You’ll learn about these features of PowerShell in this chapter.

Additionally, when you work remotely, your working environment is different from when you work locally. For this reason, you’ll use different techniques when you work remotely than when you are working on your local computer. ...

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