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PowerShell in Depth, Second Edition by Don Jones, Jeffery Hicks, Richard Siddaway

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Chapter 10. PowerShell Remoting

This chapter covers

  • Outlining Remoting technologies and protocols
  • Configuring and securing Remoting endpoints
  • Exploring Remoting scenarios
  • Using implicit Remoting

Remoting was one of the major new technologies introduced in PowerShell v2 and in the broader Windows Management Framework v2 (WMF v2), of which PowerShell is a part. With v4, Microsoft has continued to invest in this important foundational technology. Most Windows machines, client or server, can be used as the local or remote machine—that is, you can create remote connections to them and you can create remote connections from them. The one exception is Windows RT—you can only remote from machines running that version.

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