Powershell Remoting – First “Real” Encounter

I’ve been trying to get into the habit of using Powershell remoting when it is convenient and the I’ve got an active window or ISE.  I was testing a script which stores a password as a secure string, which of course is per-user.  I was surprised to learn that when in a remote session, the process expects delegation to be configured to execute the script.  I didn’t have time to see whether or not this was an intended behavior, but it looks like more and more I’m going to need to read through Windows PowerShell in Action Second Edition.

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