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After entry of Exchange Server 2007, there is a famous buzzword called "cmdlet" started revolving. In this series, we'll look some of its features, usage and importance in Exchange Server 2007 environment.
What is a cmdlet?
A cmdlet, pronounced "command-let", is the basic unit of Microsoft Shell (codenamed Monad). The Microsoft Shell (Monad) is a break through console shell for Windows. It's designed for the manipulation of objects.
They resemble built-in commands in other shells, for example, the Dir command in cmd.exe.
Advantages of cmdlet with other Existing shells:
Monad is revolutionary because text strings were a limitation. Lets we understand how it works.
In traditional shells, the commands are executable programs that may vary from very simple to very complex