PowerShell Remoting: Manage Your (Customer) Environment From Your Laptop
Presented by Jeff Wouters
This is a session filled with PowerShell Remoting—the powerhouse feature introduced in PowerShell v2 that’s enabled by default in Windows Server 2012 and above. Did you know that the Server Manager in those operating systems are basically a whole bunch of PowerShell Remoting and WMI/CIM in the background? During this session, we’ll cover the different types of remoting in PowerShell, how to use them, and how you can implement them in your environment. We’ll also discuss how to do it securely, the so-called “second-hop” challenge, how to handle domain-less environments, and much more!
- The four flavours of remoting in PowerShell
- PowerShell Remoting basics
- How to do PowerShell Remoting securely
Session Takeaway: Attendees will learn what PowerShell Remoting is, how to use it, how to do it securely, and how to configure it to work in any Windows based environment.