Get Disconnected with PowerShell 3.0By Dana Gagnon
The remoting infrastructure in PowerShell v3 has been greatly enhanced, and one of the things IT pros will want to take advantage of are disconnected sessions. Imagine starting a long running command in a remote session, disconnecting and then reconnecting to get the results, even from a different computer! In this webinar, PowerShell MVP, author and trainer Jeff Hicks explains what it takes to use this exciting new feature and how to get the most out of it.
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About the Author
Dana Gagnon is the Director of Branded Content at Pluralsight. After working for years in Chicago media, she joined the team in 2012 to continue bringing quality news, tips and more to Pluralsight's audience. Find her @ChicagoDana or on Google+.
Author's Website: http://blog.pluralsight.com/
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