With the new Powershell 2.0 are lots of commandlets. But like Unix commands, script commands, batch languages, and various controls and even .Net syntaxes, the docs are all important -- especially as killer as some of these commandlets can be. Unix has its 'man pages,' but Powershell commands need a new method of explaining both syntax, revision status (as in: we changed it and how it behaves), and a keyword-based quick search system for use. These are powerful commands, and some of them probably need role-based execution controls: in the wrong hands, you're network could be totally crippled.
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