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A Windows PowerShell module whose root module is a binary module file (.dll). A binary module may or may not include a module manifest.
A parameter that is added to all cmdlets and advanced functions by the Windows PowerShell engine.
In Windows PowerShell, to start a command by typing a dot and a space before the command. Commands that are dot sourced run in the current scope instead of in a new scope. Any variables, aliases, functions, or drives that command creates are created in the current scope and are available to users when the command is completed.
A module that exists only in memory. The Import-PSSession cmdlet creates dynamic modules.
A parameter that is added to a Windows PowerShell cmdlet, function, or script under certain conditions. Cmdlets, functions, providers, and scripts can add dynamic parameters.
A Windows PowerShell XML file that has the .format.ps1xml extension and that defines how Windows PowerShell displays an object based on its .NET Framework type.
global session state
The session state that contains the data that is accessible to the user of a Windows PowerShell session.
The interface that the Windows PowerShell engine uses to communicate with the user. For example, the host specifies how prompts are handled between Windows PowerShell and the user.
A program that loads the Windows PowerShell engine into its process and uses it to perform operations.
input processing method
A method that a cmdlet can use to process the records it receives as input. The input processing methods include the BeginProcessing method, the ProcessRecord method, the EndProcessing method, and the StopProcessing method.
A Windows PowerShell module that has a manifest and whose ModulesToProcess key is empty.
A Windows PowerShell data file (.psd1) that describes the contents of a module and that controls how a module is processed.
module session state
The session state that contains the public and private data of a Windows PowerShell module. The private data in this session state is not available to the user of a Windows PowerShell session.
An error that does not stop Windows PowerShell from continuing to process the command.
The word that follows the hyphen in a Windows PowerShell cmdlet name. The noun describes the resources upon which the cmdlet acts.
A group of parameters that can be used in the same command to perform a specific action.
In Windows PowerShell, to send the results of the preceding command as input to the next command in the pipeline.
A series of commands connected by pipeline operators (|) (ASCII 124). Each pipeline operator sends the results of the preceding command as input to the next command.
A type of Windows PowerShell session that is created, managed, and closed by the user.
The module specified in the ModuleToProcess key in a module manifest.
In Windows PowerShell, the operating environment in which each command in a pipeline is executed.
In the Windows PowerShell programming language, a collection of statements or expressions that can be used as a single unit. A script block can accept arguments and return values.
A Windows PowerShell module whose root module is a script module file (.psm1). A script module may or may not include a module manifest.
script module file
A file that contains a Windows PowerShell script. The script defines the members that the script module exports. Script module files have the .psm1 file name extension.
The command interpreter that is used to pass commands to the operating system.
A parameter that does not take an argument.
An error that stops Windows PowerShell from processing the command.
An atomic unit of work. The work in a transaction must be completed as a whole; if any part of the transaction fails, the entire transaction fails.
A Windows PowerShell XML file that has the .ps1xml extension and that extends the properties of Microsoft .NET Framework types in Windows PowerShell.
The word that precedes the hyphen in a Windows PowerShell cmdlet name. The verb describes the action that the cmdlet performs.
A command-line shell and task-based scripting technology that provides IT administrators comprehensive control and automation of system administration tasks.
Windows PowerShell command
The elements in a pipeline that cause an action to be carried out. Windows PowerShell commands are either typed at the keyboard or invoked programmatically.
Windows PowerShell data file
A text file that has the .psd1 file name extension. Windows PowerShell uses data files for various purposes such as storing module manifest data and storing translated strings for script internationalization.
Windows PowerShell drive
A virtual drive that provides direct access to a data store. It can be defined by a Windows PowerShell provider or created at the command line. Drives created at the command line are session-specific drives and are lost when the session is closed.
Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE)
A Windows PowerShell host application that enables you to run commands and to write, test, and debug scripts in a friendly, syntax-colored, Unicode-compliant environment.
Windows PowerShell module
A self-contained reusable unit that allows you to partition, organize, and abstract your Windows PowerShell code. A module can contain cmdlets, providers, functions, variables, and other types of resources that can be imported as a single unit.
Windows PowerShell provider
A Microsoft .NET Framework-based program that makes the data in a specialized data store available in Windows PowerShell so that you can view and manage it.
Windows PowerShell script
A script that is written in the Windows PowerShell language.
Windows PowerShell script file
A file that has the .ps1 extension and that contains a script that is written in the Windows PowerShell language.
Windows PowerShell snap-in
A resource that defines a set of cmdlets, providers, and Microsoft .NET Framework types that can be added to the Windows PowerShell environment.
Windows PowerShell Workflow
A workflow is a sequence of programmed, connected steps that perform long-running tasks or require the coordination of multiple steps across multiple devices or managed nodes. Windows PowerShell Workflow lets IT pros and developers author sequences of multi-device management activities, or single tasks within a workflow, as workflows. Windows PowerShell Workflow lets you adapt and run both Windows PowerShell scripts and XAML files as workflows.