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PowerShellGet Module

JuanPablo Jofre|Last Updated: 6/9/2017
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Description

Windows PowerShell® is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. This reference topic for the information technology (IT) professional provides assistance in utilizing the Windows PowerShell cmdlets to script and automate tasks.

PowerShellGet Cmdlets

Find-Command

Finds PowerShell commands in modules.

Find-DscResource

Finds a DSC resource.

Find-Module

Finds modules from an online gallery that match specified criteria.

Find-RoleCapability

Finds role capabilities in modules.

Find-Script

Finds a script.

Get-InstalledModule

Gets installed modules on a computer.

Get-InstalledScript

Gets an installed script.

Get-PSRepository

Gets PowerShell repositories.

Install-Module

Downloads one or more modules from an online gallery, and installs them on the local computer.

Install-Script

Installs a script.

New-ScriptFileInfo

Creates a script file with metadata.

Publish-Module

Publishes a specified module from the local computer to an online gallery.

Publish-Script

Publishes a script from the local computer to an online gallery.

Register-PSRepository

Registers a PowerShell repository.

Save-Module

Saves a module locally without installing it.

Save-Script

Saves a script.

Set-PSRepository

Sets values for a registered repository.

Test-ScriptFileInfo

Validates a comment block for a script.

Uninstall-Module

Uninstalls a module.

Uninstall-Script

Uninstalls a script file.

Unregister-PSRepository

Unregisters a repository.

Update-ModuleManifest

Updates a module manifest file.

Update-Module

Downloads and installs the newest version of specified modules from an online gallery to the local computer.

Update-ScriptFileInfo

Updates information for a script.

Update-Script

Updates a script.

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