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Default Bamboo not PowerShell

I am very new to this and am currently reading the book. It appears my site is being utilizing Bamboo as the command-line administrative tool. Is this common and will this change my approach dramatically? I've been task with developing a SharePoint page within my organizations existing site to manage work projects as they come into our office.


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