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Given: Windows Server 2012 R2 / PowerShell 4

Do need: a way to manage user/role specific PowerShell functions in an Active Directory domain.

Do NOT need: help with coding these scripts. This question is about managing user/role specific PowerShell functions.

An example:

  1. Developer logs on to his workstation
  2. Opens PowerShell
  3. Issues a command Start-RemoteDebugger
  4. msvsmon.exe starts on his workstation

Another example:

  1. Developers opens a remote PowerShell tab to test server
  2. Issues a command Start-RemoteDebugger
  3. msvsmon.exe starts on the test server

What would be the best practises in managing such scripts? Given that only specific users/roles can actually write these scripts.

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    If you do some research on Powershell Profiles, you'll learn how they can accomplish what you're looking for. – Clayton Sep 26 '14 at 16:30
  • @Craig620 Thanks a ton. Just didn't know what they'd be called :) I'll do my reading. Thanks. – Jani Hyytiäinen Sep 26 '14 at 18:44

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