As I work with clients to deploy and leverage PowerShell, several issues almost always come up and need to be solved. One of those relates to remoting. Remoting in PowerShell V2 is a fantastic feature but is not on by default. You can easily enable it by using the Enable-PSRemoding Cmdlet – but if you have a lot of systems in your environment, it can take a while to do this consistently. But as ever, there are ways around this.
My good friend Jan Egil from Crayon in Norway, another super-star PowerShell MVP from a cool consulting company, has written a great blog article showing you how to Enable and configure PowerShell Remoting using Group Policy. It’s a well written article that vies some great advice.