Windows Administration with PowerShell #10: PowerShell Classes
It’s time to get excited because this installment dives into powershell classes! Classes were introduced to powershell fairly recently with the release of windows Management Framework 5.0. Due to the recency of the introduction, there aren’t many examples that exist for those interested in classes to reference. It also doesn’t help that the examples that do exist are of very simplistic implementations that don’t do a great job of highlighting exactly how beneficial they are. This installment will try to remedy that problem, but first, let’s go over some of the basics.