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May 21 2008   2:45AM GMT

PowerShell on Windows Server 2008 Core Edition

Michael Khanin Michael Khanin Profile: Michael Khanin

Everybody, who just started deal with Windows 2008 knows a very nice (IMHO) version, Windows 2008 core. One of the things, that I , and not just I, do not love, Core Editions of Windows 2008 doesn’t support PowerShell. Equally, we can use PowerShell with Windows 2008 Core, but just from remote computer. Dmitry Sotnikov, MVP in PowerShell, published step-by-step instruction on installing Windows PowerShell on Windows Server 2008 in Server Core mode. To know how to do this, go to Dmitry Sotnikov’s PowerBlog.

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