Friday, August 31, 2007

Microsoft adds remote management In PowerShell 2.0


"We've been pretty up front that the need of IT admins is [for remotely administering machines]. It's a new model for [remote management] to 10 machines, 100 machines, maybe even 5,000 machines. So basically, 'remoting' will be built into the heart of the PowerShell engine and then exposed as a set of language features and commands versus 'remoting' being done as a bolt-on afterthought. People who in the past were intimidated by 'remoting' or found it difficult will find this simple."

Read the complete interview with Jeffrey Snover on


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