Using PowerShell 7 in the Enterprise

In this chapter, we cover the following recipes:

  • Installing RSAT tools on Windows Server
  • Exploring package management
  • Exploring PowerShellGet and the PS Gallery
  • Creating a local PowerShell repository
  • Establishing a script signing environment
  • Working with shortcuts and the PSShortcut module
  • Working with archive files


For many users, PowerShell and the commands that come with Windows Server and the Windows client are adequate for their use. But in larger organizations, there are additional things you need in order to manage your IT infrastructure. This includes tools that can make your job easier.

You need to create an environment in which you can use PowerShell to carry out the administration. ...

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