Remote PowerShell

Exchange Server 2007 was the first major Microsoft server product to embrace Windows PowerShell extensively. Windows PowerShell has a relatively short history, and its 1.0 release exhibited some of the flaws that you’d expect. Inconsistencies in syntax are easily overcome, but the lack of remote capability was more serious because it required the installation of Windows PowerShell and its snap-in (set of cmdlets) for Exchange on any workstation or server from which you wanted to perform management tasks. In reality, this shortcoming is often overlooked because Exchange administrators are accustomed to having to install software before they can operate. Installing software is an acceptable requirement in environments where all ...

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