Managing Nano and Core with PowerShell remoting
Now we move on to the most powerful way that we can interact with our remote and headless servers, PowerShell. If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times - PowerShell has the capability to change anything in the operating system; it's just a matter of figuring out the right commands and cmdlets to use. By establishing a remote PowerShell connection to a server, you can manipulate any facet of that machine right from the pretty blue window that is running on your local computer. In this recipe, we will use PowerShell from both a Windows Server 2016 running Desktop Experience and from a Windows 10 client computer.
As we continue to figure out how to remotely manage our new CORE1 ...