Launching Powershell

Interestingly enough, most of the sites I stumbled upon assumed a level of knowledge I didn’t yet have when I started on this trek. This post covers one of the small obstacles I ran into: launching the *right* Powershell.

In my case, I was interested in running an Exchange script, so I needed to launch the Exchange-specific shell. Click the link to see the rest of the post.

Login into an Exchange server and launch the Powershell console.

Launch Powershell

Startup screen.

Powershell Startup Window

Change directories

Change Directories

Run a script. Note that filename completion works here, and even adds the “.\” as shown below. I rolled my eyes when I saw “.\”. The whole slash-vs.-backslash is back.

Launch a script

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