Chapter 13. Remoting: configuring applications and services

13.1 Remoting infrastructure in depth
13.2 Building custom remoting services
13.3 Summary

He who is outside his door already has a hard part of his journey behind him.

Dutch proverb

In chapter 12, we explained how you can use PowerShell’s remoting capabilities to monitor and manage remote computers. Now we’re going to switch from service consumer to remote service/application creator. Our goal is that, by the end of this chapter, you’ll be able to build your own custom remoting services with PowerShell. But before you can start building those services, we need to look at some additional background material.

Our first topic is how PowerShell remoting works. We’ll pay special attention ...

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