There does not appear to be any authoritative list on the inclusion of Windows PowerShell support from the source so I thought I should do a quick summary of it here. This includes current and future Microsoft products assembled from various public sources available to date.
- Windows Server 2003 SP1
- Windows Vista RTM
- Windows XP SP2
- Exchange Server 2007 (first with full built-in PowerShell support?)
- Windows Server 2008, IIS 7, etc. (aka Longhorn)
- System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2007
- System Center Operations Manager 2007 / Configuration Manager 2007
Additionally, the following products have been shown to work with PowerShell by way of retrofitting for example:
- Virtual Server 2005 R2
- SharePoint Server 2007
- Exchange Server 2003
In fact, it appears that any supported Windows platform with .NET Framework 2.0 should work well with PowerShell.
Did I miss out any that should be included? Let me know by leaving your comments here. Thanks!
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