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Windows PowerShell Features from Microsoft

Updated: August 9, 2012

Applies To: Windows PowerShell 2.0

This topic lists the Windows PowerShell features that are offered by Microsoft and provides links to descriptions of the features and to information about how to install them. These features enable you to use Windows PowerShell to administer, maintain, configure, and develop new features for Windows.

Windows PowerShell Features from Microsoft


Technology Description Links

Windows PowerShell Core

Describes the cmdlets, functions, and providers that are installed with Windows PowerShell. Includes Getting Started, User Guide, and About topics on features and the Windows PowerShell language.


Active Directory (AD) Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets in the Active Directory module for Windows PowerShell.


Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 Cmdlets

Describes the Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) cmdlets for Windows PowerShell. You can use AD FS cmdlets to manage all aspects of the AD FS 2.0 Windows service, including establishing trusts between claims providers and relying parties, configuring claims issuance and claims transformation, and issuing Information Cards.


Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) Cmdlets

Describes the Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) cmdlets. One set of AD RMS cmdlets deploys and configures AD RMS; the second set administers an AD RMS cluster.


AppLocker Cmdlets

Describes the AppLocker cmdlets, which author, test, maintain, and troubleshoot an AppLocker policy.


Best Practice Analyzer (BPA) Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets in the Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) module for Windows PowerShell.


Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets in the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) module for Windows PowerShell.


Exchange Management Shell

Describes the Exchange Management Shell, which is based on Windows PowerShell, and the cmdlets that enable you to manage every aspect your Microsoft Exchange Server organization.


Failover Cluster Cmdlets

Describes the failover cluster cmdlets in Windows PowerShell.


Forefront Identity Manager Cmdlets

Describes the Forefront Identity Manager cmdlets in the FIM Automation Module. You can use these cmdlets to manage your FIM 2010 configuration.


Group Policy Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets in the Group Policy module. You can use these cmdlets to maintain Group Policy objects (GPOs), associate GPOs with Active Directory Services (AD DS) containers, set inheritance and permissions on AD DS organizational units (OUs) and domains, and configure registry-based policy settings and Group Policy preferences.


Network Load Balancing Cmdlets

Describes the network load balancing cmdlets, which provide an alternative interface for actions that you might otherwise perform with command-line commands or the Network Load Balancing Manager snap-in.


Remote Desktop Services Provider

Describes the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) provider for Windows PowerShell, which presents a hierarchical view of the configuration settings for an RD Session Host server in the Windows PowerShell RDS: drive.


Server Manager Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets in the Server Manager module for Windows PowerShell.


SQL Server Master Data Services Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets used to create and configure Master Data Services databases.


SQL Server Provider and Database Engine Cmdlets

Describes how to use the SQL Server PowerShell Provider and management object models to manage SQL Server databases. Describes how to use the Database Engine cmdlets to run Transact-SQL scripts and evaluate policies.


System Center Service Manager

Describes the cmdlets in the System Center Service Manager module for Windows PowerShell.


System Center Virtual Machine Manager

Describes the Windows PowerShell – Virtual Machine Manager command shell and includes sample Windows PowerShell scripts that you can use to manage your virtual system infrastructure.


Web Server (IIS) Administration Cmdlets

Describes the Internet Information Services (IIS) cmdlets that enable you to manage IIS configuration and runtime data.


Web Server (IIS) Administration Provider

Describes the Internet Information Services (IIS) provider, which creates an IIS: drive with directories for application pools, websites, web applications and virtual directories.


Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration with Windows PowerShell

Describes how to import multiple modules and snap-ins at one time.


Windows Server Backup Cmdlets

Describes the Windows PowerShell cmdlets for Windows Server Backup. You can use these cmdlets to create and manage backups in Windows Server 2008 R2.


Windows Server Migration Tools Cmdlets

Describes the cmdlets in the Windows Server Migration Tools module for Windows PowerShell.