Write a Windows PowerShell script that will perform the following functions

  • Download and install Windows PowerShell if it is not already installed on your computer (see Start Menu > Accessories).
  • Review the Getting Started information in the Windows PowerShell help file, and study the information in the help file and online resource for basic scripting techniques using Windows PowerShell.
  • Prepare a document to submit your work:
    • Use Microsoft Word
    • Title page
      • Course number and name
      • Project name
      • Your name
      • Date
    • Write a Windows PowerShell script that will perform the following functions:
      • Search your computer for files ending with a .doc, .docx, .xls, or .xlsx file extension.
      • Output the filenames and sizes (in groups by file extension) to a text file named “File_Summary.txt”. The output should also conclude with a total of the number of files and total file size for each file extension.
      • Include comments in the script code to document the functionality of the script.
    • Paste the script and the file output to your MS Word document.
  • Name the document yourname_ITSD327_IP2.doc.
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