The news regarding wall to wall PowerShell in Windows 7\Windows 2008 R2 is great news. The fact that PowerShell will be on by default in both of those is even better (except server core where it is an option).
The reach of PowerShell is further extended by its use with Group Policy. Details are beginning to appear http://blogs.technet.com/grouppolicy/archive/2008/11/19/group-policy-in-windows-7.aspx
- PowerShell logon scripts
- Scripting GPO linkage\creation etc (can do already with SDM cmdlets)
- Configure GPO registry settings from PowerShell
The more I look at this the more its going to be a 1:36:86 coloured world.
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