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Microsoft® Windows PowerShell™ Step By Step by Ed Wilson

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Understanding the Certificate Provider

In the preceding section, we explored working with the alias provider. Because the file system model applies to the certificate provider in much the same way as it did the alias provider, many of the same cmdlets can be used. To find information about the certificate provider, use the Get-Help cmdlet. If you are unsure what articles in Help may be related to certificates, you can use the wild card asterisk (*) parameter. This command is shown here:

get-help *cer*

The certificate provider gives you the ability to sign scripts and allows Windows PowerShell to work with signed and unsigned scripts as well. It also gives you the ability search for, copy, move, and delete certificates. Using the certificate provider, ...

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