Paper that makes argument for enabling PowerShell remoting

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    I just had a quick question. For security reasons, my company has disabled WinRM/PowerShell remoting. I'm pretty sure I remember somewhere in one of the PowerShell videos, on the Microsoft Virtual Academy site, mention of a paper that makes the argument for enabling PowerShell remoting. Does anyone have a link to that, or know of information that makes a convincing argument for turning it on? Thanks.

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    Other than the fact that it's enabled by default on Server 2012 R2? Here you go:

    It's a little dated, but most of it is valid still. Ashley did an awesome job of putting this all together.

    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ashleymcglone/2016/06/29/whos-afraid-of-powershell-security/

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      Also, if your security team allows you to use SCCM and won't let you use WinRm they aren't really doing their job well.

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    Thanks Will. Much appreciated.

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