PowerShell running on server core (without resorting to application virtualisation)

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PowerShell evangelist (and Microsoft deployment guru) David Saxon dropped me a note this morning to let me know that Quest Software’s Dmitry Sotnikov has got PowerShell running on Server Core.

Nice work Dmitry. It’s not a supported configuration (as Jeffrey Snover notes in his post on the PowerShell Team blog) but something that people have been wanting to see for a while now.

(Aaron Parker managed to get this working another way – using application virtualisation)

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