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What is the benefit of having Powershell v2 on my 2008R2 server core domain
controller. From an AD perspective how does this help me?
 

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Marco Shaw [MVP]

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RichS [MVP]

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You can also perform general management on the server core machine by
remoting into it with PowerShell
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"Clot" wrote:

> What is the benefit of having Powershell v2 on my 2008R2 server core domain
> controller. From an AD perspective how does this help me?
>
>
> .
>
 

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How secured is it to include Powershell v2.0 in the default server build.
Are there any issues that need to be aware off?
"Marco Shaw [MVP]" <marco.shaw@newsgroup_SPAMgmail.com> wrote in message
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> #1.
> http://concentratedtech.com/item/view/id/340/title/Active-Directory-cmdlets-and-Implicit-Remoting
> #2. I've not tested this, but you will likely get access to the Active
> Directory module so you can use PowerShell to administer AD locally.
>
> "Clot" <Clot@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:uw#QR18vKHA.5340@newsgroup

>> What is the benefit of having Powershell v2 on my 2008R2 server core
>> domain controller. From an AD perspective how does this help me?
>>
 

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Marco Shaw [MVP]

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As far as I'm concerned, it is very secure by default. If you decide to
enable remoting, then you have opened up a HTTP and HTTPS port (TCP ports
5985 and 5986 respectively, if I remember correctly).

Marco

"Clot" <Clot@newsgroup> wrote in message
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> How secured is it to include Powershell v2.0 in the default server build.
> Are there any issues that need to be aware off?
 

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