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PowerShell Objects .NET Edition

by PowerShellInside - Product Type: Component / .NET Class / .NET Compact Framework

Components for integrating PowerShell into applications. PowerShell Objects components can be used to securely (SSH) communicate with remote servers and pass data through standard streams or through PowerShell Objects. PowerShell Objects includes a PSHost component that enables developers to embed a PowerShell scripting engine directly within any Windows application. Combined these components offer unprecedented access to PowerShell scripting to application developers.

PowerShell Objects - .NET Edition
Fully-managed .NET components based on a 100% C# codebase, with no dependencies on outside native code. Includes individual .NET libraries optimized for .NET, ASP.NET and .NET CF Development.

PowerShell Objects Features:

  • Enable your applications to securely execute PowerShell Scripts on remote Windows instances.
  • Easily embed PowerShell scripting capabilities into any Windows application.
  • Easy-to-use plug-and-play interface to PowerShell SSH Server instances from any development technology.

PowerShell Objects is a component library that provides simple plug-and-play interfaces to PowerShell that can be easily integrated into any application. The PowerShell Objects client components can be used to securely (SSH) communicate with remote servers and pass data through standard streams or through PowerShell Objects. The included PSHost component enables developers to embed a PowerShell scripting engine directly within any Windows application. Combined these components offer unprecedented access to PowerShell scripting to application developers.

Included Components

  • PSClient - Used to execute PowerShell commands remotely on PowerShell Server and return PowerShell Items.
  • PSExec - Used to execute PowerShell commands remotely on SSH Server and return standard output.
  • PSHost - Enables developers to embed a PowerShell scripting engine inside Window applications. PSHost can execute PowerShell commands through a PowerShell runspace, add variables to the runspace, and process the results of pipeline execution.

How It Works
PowerShell Server can be run as a standalone application on your Windows Desktop that sits quietly in your taskbar notification tray, or as a Windows Service that runs in the background. The PowerShell Objects PSClient component is then be configured to connect to the instance of PowerShell Server and execute arbitrary PowerShell commands remotely in a secure manner, using the SSH protocol. The results of the command execution are then returned as a list of objects, each one with a base type, an (optional) value and a collection of named properties.


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