Interactive console applications, such as: diskpart.exe, nslookup.exe, powershell.exe, wmic.exe, cmd.exe, netsh.exe, etc. do not work properly (or at all) when launched inside of a PowerShell Remoting session. The PowerShell Integrated Scripting Editor (ISE) has a variable called $psUnsupportedConsoleApplications. This variable contains a string array denoting the specific executables that cannot be launched in the ISE. This variable should also be extended to PowerShell Remoting sessions, to prevent those executables from running.