We continue publishing the recordings from the previous PowerShell Deep Dive. This is Aleksandar‘s session on constrained runspaces / constrained endpoints – and was probably one of the most advanced sessions of the conference.
Aleksandar looks at the PowerShell remoting from the service creator’s point of view. The goal of constrained endpoints is to provide controlled access to services on a server in a secure manner. He shows how to create and configure a custom endpoint, control who has access to it, and constrain a session to defined set of capabilities available to users connecting to the endpoint.
This is a live recording from US TEC 2011 PowerShell Deep Dive conference. TEC Europe is just around the corner – October 17-19th, 2011 in Frankfurt. Register today to get a discount.
- Deep Dive video: PowerShell Modules by Dan Harman
- Deep Dive video: Integrating Powershell with Legacy Environments – Sean Kearney