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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

PowerShell Remoting version 0.2.6.0

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Uninstall old version of PowerShell Remoting before install newer version.
  1. Write Server Information & Error to EventLog (Source: PowerShellRemoting). Log file will no longer be used by newer version.

  2. SSL support using SSLStream.

  3. Warning: SSL is for advanced user.
    If you want to provide SSL support to server, you should

    • Get X509 certificate for server. For testing purpose, you can use makecert.exe (included in .NET framework SDK)
    • Install X509 certificate at StoreLocation: LocalMachine, StoreName: My (personal).
    • Grand "NetworkService" account read access to X509 certificate associated private key file.
    • Set [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\PowerShellRemoting\Parameters\ X509] to thumbprint of X509 Certificate.

      There is pretty good walkthrough at John Howard's blog.

  4. X509 Option

  5. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\PowerShellRemoting\Parameters]
    "X509"="0"

  6. DebugHost Option (Default 0: false)

  7. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\PowerShellRemoting\Parameters]
    "DebugHost"=dword:00000000

  8. Bug fix: Write-Progress throw null object Exception.
Check out the help.chm in release package for details.

Have Fun

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