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    Nine PowerShell eBooks - All completely free!


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    To add to the post above, here's my collection of some of the best non-free PowerShell eBooks. If you know of any more, feel free to add them to the list.

    Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches by Don Jones



    Windows PowerShell Scripting and Toolmaking by Don Jones



    PowerShell and WMI by Richard Siddaway



    PowerShell in Practice by Richard Siddaway



    Windows PowerShell in Action - Second Edition by Bruce Payette



    Windows PowerShell v2.0 by Jeffery Hicks



    Managing Active Directory with Windows PowerShell - Second Edition by Jeffery Hicks



    Windows PowerShell Cookbook, 2nd Edition by Lee Holmes



    Microsoft Exchange 2010 PowerShell Cookbook by Mike Pfeiffer


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    A few more books to add to the list...

    Secrets of PowerShell Remoting by Don Jones & Tobias Weltner

    This free guide covers all of the hidden details, configuration tricks, and difficult scenarios involved with Windows PowerShell Remoting.
    List of PowerShell books « Jason Hofferle

    My list of free PowerShell eBooks has been very popular, so I decided to compile a list of paid PowerShell books. I own several of these books myself, and I thought it would be helpful to have links to the publisher page for code examples, bonus chapters and errata.

    My top recommendation is Windows PowerShell in Action by Bruce Payette. This book goes into great depth on the inner workings of PowerShell and why certain decisions were made during development. Bruce is a founding member of the Windows PowerShell team at Microsoft, and the principal author of the language implementation. It’s hard to find a more authoritative source than this.

    Someone with no scripting or programming experience would have an easier time with Don Jones’ Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches. Don’s book is written like a textbook with each chapter building on the previous lessons. There are also excellent supplementary resources available including a classroom kit for trainers and video lessons.

    The remaining books are listed by publication date, and how useful they are depends on the situation. Someone that likes to learn from examples might prefer the Windows PowerShell Cookbook, while a SharePoint or VMware administrator would find the books focusing on those specific topics immediately valuable.

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