Video: Locking down PowerGUI

Darin has just posted another PowerGUI quick tip video – this time about locking down PowerGUI admin console to hide features from the console operator:

This lockdown functionality is key in delegated administration scenarios, when you want to create a customized administrative consoles for others (e.g. for your helpdesk) and then lock it down so delegated administrators cannot change the actual console (or even see the PowerShell code behind it). This way you significantly reduce your risks and make the systems easier to maintain.

To access all PowerGUI videos on YouTube simply go to this playlist.

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