Many companies treat the ExecutionPolicy as a security boundary, which is probably the biggest mistake we can see very frequently and continuously. Dozens of enterprise customers have tried it with this simple approach, and are still applying this approach in production. The ExecutionPolicy defines how scripts can be executed from a machine. The following execution policies are available:
Each pillar defines a specific rule, and the size of the pillar correlates with its restrictiveness for the execution of PowerShell. The definitions of each setting is as follows:
- Restricted: No execution of policy scripts allowed
- AllSigned ...