eBook: Secrets of PowerShell Remoting

by Don Jones


This is a free e-book that covers PowerShell Remoting. There’s a brief overview and tutorial of actually using Remoting, but that part isn’t in-depth. What this e-book provides, that you won’t find elsewhere, is step-by-step, screenshot-based instructions for configuring Remoting for any imaginable scenario. You’ll also find troubleshooting tutorials and examples, and even information on how to explain Remoting to your corporate IT security team. It’s all the stuff that isn’t documented in PowerShell’s own help – and it’s completely free. You don’t even need to register to download the file!

Current version: August 2012.

The ZIP file contains a PDF. We’re not currently offering MOBI or EPUB versions of the file, as the conversion from DOCX using the tools we have available to us takes a zillion steps and is less than perfect. Please contact Don directly through his Web site if you’re interesting in volunteering to help with format conversions.

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About the Author

About Don Jones

Don Jones is a Windows PowerShell MVP, author of several Windows PowerShell books (and other IT books), Co-founder and President/CEO of PowerShell.org, PowerShell columnist for Microsoft TechNet Magazine, PowerShell educator, and designer/author of several Windows PowerShell courses (including Microsoft's). Power to the shell!

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7 thoughts on “eBook: Secrets of PowerShell Remoting

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  3. Dave Wyatt

    I see we’re still getting some pingbacks to this post, so I should probably mention that it’s a little out of date. The latest version of the book is from September 2013, and it can be downloaded by clicking on the “Newsletter” link along the top of this page ( or click here .)

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