Start Remote Powershell from Taskpad View

If you have been administrating a Windows environment for a while you probably realise the power of creating task pad views within an MMC to remotely administrate your computers. For example, you can add an MMC console to connect to Active Directory Users and Computers and create a query containing all computer objects. This then allows you to have a dynamic list of all computers and create a task pad view with nuggets if functionality allowing you to connect with and control those computers.


If you want to start a remote Powershell session with a selected computer, create the task as below:


The -noexit switch ensures that the Powershell window stays open once you have connected.





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