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For beginners, there's an easier way to figure out the same information except in plain language. When the Full parameter of Get-Help is specified, the entire help topic is returned.

The Full parameter is a switch parameter. A parameter that doesn't require a value is called a switch parameter. When a switch parameter is specified, its value is true and when it's not, its value is false.

If you've been working through this chapter in the PowerShell console, you noticed that the previous command to display the full help topic for Get-Help flew by on the screen without giving you a chance to read it.

There's a better way. Help is a function that pipes Get-Help to a function named more , which is a wrapper for the more.

In the PowerShell console, help provides one page of help at a time. My recommendation is to use the help function instead of the Get-Help cmdlet since it provides a better experience and it's less to type.

Less typing isn't always a good thing, however. If you're going to save your commands as a script or share them with someone else, be sure to use full cmdlet and parameter names.

The full names are self-documenting, which makes them easier to understand. Think about the next person that has to read and understand your commands.

It could be you. Your coworkers and future self will thank you. Try running the following commands in the PowerShell console on your Windows 10 lab environment computer.

Did you notice any differences in the output from the previously listed commands when you ran them on your Windows 10 lab environment computer? There aren't any differences other than the last two options return the results one page at a time.

The first example uses the Get-Help cmdlet, the second uses the Help function, and the third omits the Name parameter when using the Help function.

Name is a positional parameter and it's being used positionally in that example. This means the value can be specified without specifying the parameter name, as long as the value itself is specified in the correct position.

How did I know what position to specify the value in? By reading the help as shown in the following example. Notice that in the previous example, the Parameter parameter was used with the Help function to only return information from the help topic for the Name parameter.

This is much more concise than trying to manually sift through what sometimes seems like a hundred page help topic. Based on those results, you can see that the Name parameter is positional and must be specified in position zero the first position when used positionally.

The order that parameters are specified in doesn't matter if the parameter name is specified. Sometimes you simply don't want to display the entire help topic for a command.

There are a number of other parameters besides Full that can be specified with Get-Help or Help. Try running the following commands on your Windows 10 lab environment computer:.

If I'm only interested in the examples, I'll use the Examples parameter and if I'm only interested in a specific parameter, I'll use the Parameter parameter.

The ShowWindow parameter opens the help topic in a separate searchable window that can be placed on a different monitor if you have multiple monitors.

I've avoided the ShowWindow parameter because there's a known bug where it doesn't display the entire help topic.

If you want help in a separate window, my recommendation is to either use the Online parameter or use the Full parameter and pipe the results to Out-GridView , as shown in the following example.

They will generate an error message if you attempt to use either of them on Windows Server that's been installed using the server core no-GUI installation option.

Specify a term that you're searching for commands on as the value for the Name parameter as shown in the following example. Get-Help automatically adds the wildcard characters behind the scenes.

I prefer to add them since that's the option that always works consistently. Otherwise, they are required in certain scenarios and not others.

As soon as you add a wildcard character in the middle of the value, they're no longer automatically added behind the scenes to the value you specified.

If the value you specified begins with a dash, then an error is generated because PowerShell interprets it as a parameter name and no such parameter name exists for the Get-Help cmdlet.

When searching for PowerShell commands with Get-Help , you want to be a little more vague instead of being too specific with what you're searching for.

Searching for process earlier found only commands that contained process in the name of the command and returned only those results.

When Get-Help is used to search for processes , it doesn't find any matches for command names, so it performs a search of every help topic in PowerShell on your system and returns any matches it finds.

This causes it to return an enormous number of results. Using Help to search for process returned 10 results and using it to search for processes returned 68 results.

If only one result is found, the help topic itself will be displayed instead of a list of commands. Now to debunk the myth that Help in PowerShell can only find commands that have help topics.

Notice in the previous example that more doesn't have a help topic, yet the Help system in PowerShell was able to find it. It only found one match and returned the basic syntax information that you'll see when a command doesn't have a help topic.

PowerShell contains numerous conceptual About help topics. The following command can be used to return a list of all About help topics on your system.

Limiting the results to one single About help topic displays the actual help topic instead of returning a list.

The help system in PowerShell has to be updated in order for the About help topics to be present. If for some reason the initial update of the help system failed on your computer, the files will not be available until the Update-Help cmdlet has been run successfully.

Get-Command is designed to help you locate commands. Running Get-Command without any parameters returns a list of all the commands on your system.

The following example demonstrates using the Get-Command cmdlet to determine what commands exist for working with processes:.

Notice in the previous example where Get-Command was run, the Noun parameter is used and Process is specified as the value for the Noun parameter.

What if you didn't know how to use the Get-Command cmdlet? You could use Get-Help to display the help topic for Get-Command.

The Name , Noun , and Verb parameters accept wildcards. The following example shows wildcards being used with the Name parameter:.

I'm not a fan of using wildcards with the Name parameter of Get-Command since it also returns executable files that are not native PowerShell commands.

If you are going to use wildcard characters with the Name parameter, I recommend limiting the results with the CommandType parameter. A better option is to use either the Verb or Noun parameter or both of them since only PowerShell commands have both verbs and nouns.

Found something wrong with a help topic? Pay it forward by not only fixing the incorrect information for yourself, but everyone else as well.

Simply fork the PowerShell documentation repository on GitHub, update the help topic, and submit a pull request.

Once the pull request is accepted, the corrected documentation is available for everyone. The local copy of the PowerShell help topics was previously updated the first-time help on a command was requested.

It's recommended to periodically update the help system because there can be updates to the help content from time to time.

The Update-Help cmdlet is used to update the help topics. It requires internet access by default and for you to be running PowerShell elevated as an administrator.

A couple of the modules returned errors, which is not uncommon. If the machine didn't have internet access, you could use the Save-Help cmdlet on another machine that does have internet access to first save the updated help information to a file share on your network and then use the SourcePath parameter of Update-Help to specify this network location for the help topics.

Consider setting up a scheduled task or adding some logic to your profile script in PowerShell to periodically update the help content on your computer.

Profile scripts will be discussed in an upcoming chapter. In this chapter you've learned how to find commands with both Get-Help and Get-Command.

You've learned how to use the help system to figure out how to use commands once you find them. You've also learned how to update the content of the help topics when updates are available.

If you want to know more information about the topics covered in this chapter, I recommend reading the following PowerShell help topics.

In the next chapter, you'll learn about the Get-Member cmdlet as well as objects, properties, and methods.

Skip to main content. Contents Exit focus mode. What was the difference in the results of the first and second test between these two groups?

I've heard Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, tell a similar story a number of times. Mastering the help system is the key to being successful with PowerShell.

Discoverability Compiled commands in PowerShell are called cmdlets. Get-Help Get-Help is a multipurpose command. The Update-Help cmdlet downloads the most current Help files for Windows PowerShell modules, and installs them on your computer.

Each of the following parameters are in different parameter sets: Full Detailed Examples Online Parameter ShowWindow All of the cryptic syntax such as square and angle brackets in the syntax section means something but will be covered in Appendix A of this book.

Wildcard characters are permitted in cmdlet and provider names, but you can't use wildcard characters to find the names of function help and script help articles.

If you enter the exact name of a help article, Get-Help displays the article contents. If you enter a word or word pattern that appears in several help article titles, Get-Help displays a list of the matching titles.

If you enter a word that doesn't match any help article titles, Get-Help displays a list of articles that include that word in their contents.

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This time they were given access to a computer with PowerShell that didn't have access to the internet. The results of the second test showed a huge difference in the skill level between the two groups.

Experts don't always know the answers, but they know how to figure out the answers. The differences observed in these two tests were because experts don't memorize how to use thousands of commands in PowerShell.

They learn how to use the help system within PowerShell extremely well. This allows them to find the necessary commands when needed and how to use those commands once they've found them.

Compiled commands in PowerShell are called cmdlets. Cmdlet is pronounced "command-let" not CMD-let. Cmdlets names have the form of singular "Verb-Noun" commands to make them easily discoverable.

For example, the cmdlet for determining what processes are running is Get-Process and the cmdlet for retrieving a list of services and their statuses is Get-Service.

There are other types of commands in PowerShell such as aliases and functions that will be covered later in this book.

The term PowerShell command is a generic term that's often used to refer to any type of command in PowerShell, regardless of whether or not it's a cmdlet, function, or alias.

One question I'm often asked is how do you figure out what the commands are in PowerShell? Both Get-Command and Get-Help can be used to determine the commands.

Get-Help is a multipurpose command. Get-Help helps you learn how to use commands once you find them. Get-Help can also be used to help locate commands, but in a different and more indirect way when compared to Get-Command.

When Get-Help is used to locate commands, it first searches for wildcard matches of command names based on the provided input. If it doesn't find a match, it searches through the help topics themselves, and if no match is found an error is returned.

Contrary to popular belief, Get-Help can be used to find commands that don't have help topics. The first thing you need to know about the help system in PowerShell is how to use the Get-Help cmdlet.

The following command is used to display the help topic for Get-Help. Beginning with PowerShell version 3, PowerShell help doesn't ship with the operating system.

The first time Get-Help is run for a command, the previous message is displayed. If the help function or man alias is used instead of the Get-Help cmdlet, you don't receive this prompt.

Answering yes by pressing Y runs the Update-Help cmdlet, which requires internet access by default. Y can be specified in either upper or lower case.

Once the help is downloaded and the update is complete, the help topic is returned for the specified command:. Take a moment to run that example on your computer, review the output, and take note of how the information is grouped:.

As you can see, help topics can contain an enormous amount of information and this isn't even the entire help topic. While not specific to PowerShell, a parameter is a way to provide input to a command.

Get-Help has many parameters that can be specified in order to return the entire help topic or a subset of it. The syntax section of the help topic shown in the previous set of results lists all of the parameters for Get-Help.

At first glance, it appears the same parameters are listed six different times. Each of those different blocks in the syntax section is a parameter set.

This means the Get-Help cmdlet has six different parameter sets. If you take a closer look, you'll notice that at least one parameter is different in each of the parameter sets.

Parameter sets are mutually exclusive. Once a unique parameter that only exists in one of the parameter sets is used, only parameters contained within that parameter set can be used.

For example, both the Full and Detailed parameters couldn't be specified at the same time because they are in different parameter sets.

All of the cryptic syntax such as square and angle brackets in the syntax section means something but will be covered in Appendix A of this book.

While important, learning the cryptic syntax is often difficult to retain for someone who is new to PowerShell and may not use it everyday.

For more information to better understand the cryptic syntax, see Appendix A. For beginners, there's an easier way to figure out the same information except in plain language.

When the Full parameter of Get-Help is specified, the entire help topic is returned. The Full parameter is a switch parameter. A parameter that doesn't require a value is called a switch parameter.

When a switch parameter is specified, its value is true and when it's not, its value is false. If you've been working through this chapter in the PowerShell console, you noticed that the previous command to display the full help topic for Get-Help flew by on the screen without giving you a chance to read it.

There's a better way. Help is a function that pipes Get-Help to a function named more , which is a wrapper for the more.

In the PowerShell console, help provides one page of help at a time. My recommendation is to use the help function instead of the Get-Help cmdlet since it provides a better experience and it's less to type.

Less typing isn't always a good thing, however. If you're going to save your commands as a script or share them with someone else, be sure to use full cmdlet and parameter names.

The full names are self-documenting, which makes them easier to understand. Think about the next person that has to read and understand your commands.

It could be you. Your coworkers and future self will thank you. Try running the following commands in the PowerShell console on your Windows 10 lab environment computer.

Did you notice any differences in the output from the previously listed commands when you ran them on your Windows 10 lab environment computer?

There aren't any differences other than the last two options return the results one page at a time. The first example uses the Get-Help cmdlet, the second uses the Help function, and the third omits the Name parameter when using the Help function.

Name is a positional parameter and it's being used positionally in that example. This means the value can be specified without specifying the parameter name, as long as the value itself is specified in the correct position.

How did I know what position to specify the value in? By reading the help as shown in the following example.

Notice that in the previous example, the Parameter parameter was used with the Help function to only return information from the help topic for the Name parameter.

This is much more concise than trying to manually sift through what sometimes seems like a hundred page help topic. Based on those results, you can see that the Name parameter is positional and must be specified in position zero the first position when used positionally.

The order that parameters are specified in doesn't matter if the parameter name is specified. Sometimes you simply don't want to display the entire help topic for a command.

There are a number of other parameters besides Full that can be specified with Get-Help or Help. Try running the following commands on your Windows 10 lab environment computer:.

If I'm only interested in the examples, I'll use the Examples parameter and if I'm only interested in a specific parameter, I'll use the Parameter parameter.

The ShowWindow parameter opens the help topic in a separate searchable window that can be placed on a different monitor if you have multiple monitors.

I've avoided the ShowWindow parameter because there's a known bug where it doesn't display the entire help topic. If you want help in a separate window, my recommendation is to either use the Online parameter or use the Full parameter and pipe the results to Out-GridView , as shown in the following example.

They will generate an error message if you attempt to use either of them on Windows Server that's been installed using the server core no-GUI installation option.

Specify a term that you're searching for commands on as the value for the Name parameter as shown in the following example. Get-Help automatically adds the wildcard characters behind the scenes.

I prefer to add them since that's the option that always works consistently. Otherwise, they are required in certain scenarios and not others.

As soon as you add a wildcard character in the middle of the value, they're no longer automatically added behind the scenes to the value you specified.

If the value you specified begins with a dash, then an error is generated because PowerShell interprets it as a parameter name and no such parameter name exists for the Get-Help cmdlet.

When searching for PowerShell commands with Get-Help , you want to be a little more vague instead of being too specific with what you're searching for.

Searching for process earlier found only commands that contained process in the name of the command and returned only those results. When Get-Help is used to search for processes , it doesn't find any matches for command names, so it performs a search of every help topic in PowerShell on your system and returns any matches it finds.

This causes it to return an enormous number of results. Using Help to search for process returned 10 results and using it to search for processes returned 68 results.

If only one result is found, the help topic itself will be displayed instead of a list of commands. Now to debunk the myth that Help in PowerShell can only find commands that have help topics.

Notice in the previous example that more doesn't have a help topic, yet the Help system in PowerShell was able to find it. It only found one match and returned the basic syntax information that you'll see when a command doesn't have a help topic.

PowerShell contains numerous conceptual About help topics. The following command can be used to return a list of all About help topics on your system.

Limiting the results to one single About help topic displays the actual help topic instead of returning a list. The help system in PowerShell has to be updated in order for the About help topics to be present.

If for some reason the initial update of the help system failed on your computer, the files will not be available until the Update-Help cmdlet has been run successfully.

Get-Command is designed to help you locate commands. Running Get-Command without any parameters returns a list of all the commands on your system.

The following example demonstrates using the Get-Command cmdlet to determine what commands exist for working with processes:.

Notice in the previous example where Get-Command was run, the Noun parameter is used and Process is specified as the value for the Noun parameter.

What if you didn't know how to use the Get-Command cmdlet? You could use Get-Help to display the help topic for Get-Command. The Name , Noun , and Verb parameters accept wildcards.

The following example shows wildcards being used with the Name parameter:. I'm not a fan of using wildcards with the Name parameter of Get-Command since it also returns executable files that are not native PowerShell commands.

If you are going to use wildcard characters with the Name parameter, I recommend limiting the results with the CommandType parameter.

A better option is to use either the Verb or Noun parameter or both of them since only PowerShell commands have both verbs and nouns. Found something wrong with a help topic?

Pay it forward by not only fixing the incorrect information for yourself, but everyone else as well. Simply fork the PowerShell documentation repository on GitHub, update the help topic, and submit a pull request.

Once the pull request is accepted, the corrected documentation is available for everyone. The local copy of the PowerShell help topics was previously updated the first-time help on a command was requested.

It's recommended to periodically update the help system because there can be updates to the help content from time to time.

The Update-Help cmdlet is used to update the help topics. It requires internet access by default and for you to be running PowerShell elevated as an administrator.

A couple of the modules returned errors, which is not uncommon. If the machine didn't have internet access, you could use the Save-Help cmdlet on another machine that does have internet access to first save the updated help information to a file share on your network and then use the SourcePath parameter of Update-Help to specify this network location for the help topics.

Consider setting up a scheduled task or adding some logic to your profile script in PowerShell to periodically update the help content on your computer.

Profile scripts will be discussed in an upcoming chapter. In this chapter you've learned how to find commands with both Get-Help and Get-Command.

You've learned how to use the help system to figure out how to use commands once you find them. You've also learned how to update the content of the help topics when updates are available.

If you want to know more information about the topics covered in this chapter, I recommend reading the following PowerShell help topics. In the next chapter, you'll learn about the Get-Member cmdlet as well as objects, properties, and methods.

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