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ConstrainedLanguage mode is not documented in the New-PSSessionConfigurationFile help topic
11/5/2012 12:31:39 PM
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Valid values are:
-- FullLanguage: All language elements are permitted.
-- NoLanguage: Users may run cmdlets and functions, but are not permitted to use any language elements, such as script blocks, variables, or operators.
-- RestrictedLanguage: Users may run cmdlets and functions, but are not permitted to use script blocks or variables except for the following permitted variables: $PSCulture, $PSUICulture, $True, $False, and $Null. Users may use only the basic comparison operators (-eq, -gt, -lt). Assignment statements, property references, and method calls are not permitted.
ConstrainedLanguage mode is missing.
How often does this happen?
Have you seen this problem before in this product?
No, this is new to the most recent version
Where do you see this documentation issue.
On the box help (available with get-help)
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