Cmdlets in System Center 2012 - App Controller

Applies To: System Center 2012 - App Controller, System Center 2012 SP1 - App Controller

Based on Windows PowerShell technology, the cmdlets provide administrators with the ability to automate administration.

Accessing the App Controller cmdlets

You can access the cmdlets on your server in one of two ways:

  1. Open the command shell. When you open the command shell, a Windows PowerShell window opens and the module is imported for you.

    1. To open the command shell, on your server, click Start, All Programs, Microsoft System Center 2012, App Controller, App Controller PowerShell.
  2. Import the module. You can import the module into an open Windows PowerShell session.

    1. To import the module, at the Windows PowerShell command prompt, enter Import-Module -Name AppController.

    2. To verify that the module has been imported into your current Windows PowerShell session, at the Windows PowerShell command prompt, enter Get-Module. You should see the name AppController in the returned list of modules.

To list the cmdlets, enter Get-Command -Module AppController.

To get help for any of the cmdlets, enter Get-Help <cmdlet name>.

For a list of all of the cmdlets and associated help files available to you, see App Controller Cmdlets or App Controller SP1 Cmdlets.

See Also

Other Resources

Setting up App Controller
Setting up Public and Private Clouds
Deploying Services and Virtual Machines
Managing Services and Virtual Machines