Remove Windows PowerShell 2.0


This is my first post on my new blog and starting from first of May I have plenty of time writing about Configuration Manager, EM+S, Automation etc. 🙂 

If you haven’t removed Windows PowerShell 2.0 from your systems yet, then you should do that definitely. In PowerShell 2.0 we do not have advanced logging features and hackers can easily use that. If you are managing your systems through Configuration Manager, then you can easily create a Configuration Item to remove Windows PowerShell 2.0 from your systems. Before you do that, make sure that you don’t have any dependencies. 

Remove Windows PowerShell 2.0 Configuration Item settings

You can get the PowerShell commands from here: