Create a PowerShell Tab in Windows PowerShell ISE


How to Create a PowerShell Tab in Windows PowerShell ISE?



Tabs in the Windows PowerShell® Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) allow you to simultaneously create and use several execution environments within the same application. Each PowerShell tab corresponds to a separate execution environment or session.

Variables, functions, and aliases that you create in one tab do not carry over to another. They are different Windows PowerShell sessions.

Use the following steps to open or close a tab in Windows PowerShell. To rename a tab, set the DisplayName property on the Windows PowerShell Tab scripting object.

To create and use a new PowerShell Tab (Representing a default sesson for the local computer) - On the File menu, click New PowerShell Tab. The new PowerShell tab always opens as the active window. PowerShell tabs are incrementally numbered in the order that they are opened. Each tab is associated with its own Windows PowerShell console window.

To make a PowerShell tab active, click the tab. To select from all PowerShell tabs that are open, on the View menu, click the PowerShell tab you want to use.

To create and use a new Remote PowerShell Tab (Representing a PSSession for a remote computer) - On the File menu, click New Remote PowerShell Tab to establish a session on a remote computer. A dialog box appears and prompts you to enter details required to establish the remote connection. The remote tab functions just like a local PowerShell tab, but the commands and scripts are run on the remote computer.


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