Tuesday, March 18, 2014

New version of PowerShell Management Agent

I'm pleased to announce that I've released a new version of my PowerShell MA.

This new version now supports two sets of credentials (both optional); the one set of credentials is passed to all the scripts (no change from earlier versions), however, the other set of credentials is used as the security context under which all scripts are run. This present you with some nice options for mixing and matching credentials to build scripts that work under the correct credentials.

Go and check out the new version here and download it here.

Also worth mentioning is that Microsoft released their version of a PowerShell Management Agent this week, so now you have the option to choose which one better suits your needs. You can check out Microsoft's PowerShell MA here.

I use my PowerShell MA a lot for all my engagements and I know a lot of installations are running my PowerShell MA, so I'm dedicated to keeping it alive. As always, I'm very open to suggestions for improving my PowerShell MA - and if you want to make a donation to help me help others, I would appreciate that very much.

I'm looking forward to hearing reactions and feedback from your experience with both versions.

Thank you.

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