This section contains the help topics for the cmdlets that are installed with Windows PowerShell Microsoft.PowerShell.Core module. The Core module contains cmdlets and providers that manage the basic features of Windows PowerShell.
Appends entries to the session history.
Adds one or more Windows PowerShell snap-ins to the current session.
Deletes entries from the command history.
Reconnects to disconnected sessions
Prevents remote users from running commands on the local computer.
Disables session configurations on the local computer.
Disconnects from a session.
Configures the computer to receive remote commands.
Enables the session configurations on the local computer.
Starts an interactive session with a remote computer.
Ends an interactive session with a remote computer.
Exports the names of snap-ins in the current session to a console file.
Specifies the module members that are exported.
Performs an operation against each item in a collection of input objects.
Gets all commands.
Displays information about Windows PowerShell commands and concepts.
Gets a list of the commands entered during the current session.
Gets Windows PowerShell background jobs that are running in the current session.
Gets the modules that have been imported or that can be imported into the current session.
Gets the registered session configurations on the computer.
Gets the Windows PowerShell sessions on local and remote computers.
Gets the Windows PowerShell snap-ins on the computer.
Adds modules to the current session.
Runs commands on local and remote computers.
Runs commands from the session history.
Creates a new module manifest.
Creates a new dynamic module that exists only in memory.
Creates a file that defines a session configuration.
Creates an object that contains advanced options for a PSSession.
Creates a persistent connection to a local or remote computer.
Creates an object that contains advanced options for a session configuration.
Sends the output to the default formatter and to the default output cmdlet.
Sends output to the command line.
Deletes output instead of sending it down the pipeline.
Gets the results of the Windows PowerShell background jobs in the current session.
Gets results of commands in disconnected sessions
Creates and registers a new session configuration.
Deletes a Windows PowerShell background job.
Removes modules from the current session.
Closes one or more Windows PowerShell sessions (PSSessions).
Removes Windows PowerShell snap-ins from the current session.
Restarts a suspended job
Downloads and saves the newest help files to a file system directory.
Turns script debugging features on and off, sets the trace level, and toggles strict mode.
Changes the properties of a registered session configuration.
Establishes and enforces coding rules in expressions, scripts, and script blocks.
Starts a Windows PowerShell background job.
Stops a Windows PowerShell background job.
Temporarily stops workflow jobs.
Verifies that a module manifest file accurately describes the contents of a module.
Verifies the keys and values in a session configuration file.
Deletes registered session configurations from the computer.
Downloads and installs the newest help files on your computer.
Suppresses the command prompt until one or all of the Windows PowerShell background jobs running in the session are complete.
Selects objects from a collection based on their property values.