Custom Constrained Endpoint via GPO

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  • #9957

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    I have compiled a small script with the the following:

    1. PSSessionconfiguration name
    2. PSSessionconfiguration startupscript

    which then sets the endpoint with a specific security descriptor sddl.

    I want to leverage Group Policy, to run as a startup script, to distribute a this custom remoting endpoint configuration to all servers on our network. However, the policy doesnt seem to apply and cannot see the endpoint listed in get-pssessionconfiguration.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • #9958

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    Couple of questions:

    how are you getting the GPO to run the script & in what security context
    does the script work if run manually

    can you share the code in the script

  • #9959

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    Its all good now, im using invoke-command to run the script on the remote machines.

    Thanks

  • #9960

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    OK – happy to hear you've got it working. Thanks for letting us know

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