Windows PowerShell Remoting: Definitely NOT Just for Servers


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Windows PowerShell v2 includes powerful remote control features. It's available all the way back to Windows XP,built into Windows 7,and it's a "killer reason" for deploying Windows 7 and learning Windows PowerShell. Thought remoting was just for servers? Think again,and let PowerShell MVP,Microsoft TechNet Magazine columnist,and book author Don Jones introduce you to a whole new world of remote control and management. Learn exactly how remoting,and the underlying WinRM service,work - along with tips for customizing them,securing them,and more. See live demonstrations of how to use remoting to troubleshoot and solve client problems from miles away - without your users seeing a thing. Collect and inventory management information to prepare for hardware,software,and OS upgrades (and much more). Make client firewall configuration easier and less problematic than with older remoting technologies like WMI. Leveraging material from Don's new book,Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches,this is an hour of power you won't want to miss.
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