Join us as Dave Goldman, Senior Customer Engineer for Microsoft dives into PowerShell Objects. When you work with PowerShell output, you will want to know how to massage your data to work better for you! Dave will be covering how PowerShell formats output objects its create, how formatting is determined and how you can create your own custom formatting views. He'll be covering: 1. What is a PowerShell object.2. How PowerShell generate views for objects it creates (Table, List,Wide, Custom objects)3. Dive in to default view templates4. Breakdown of the view templates files5. What the DefaultDisplayPropertySets value is and how it is used6. How to create your own custom views for your objectsa. How to do it in your local PowerShell sessionsb. How to add this to a PowerShell module you may have created.
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