@rtpsug @MikeKanakos @nanoDBA @jwmoss So much great #PowerShell content from first time speakers... custom batch file builder... SCP script... standardize ACL... nightly reboot script... Solarwinds automation. Thanks for contributing to the community #YesYouCan #BeTheCommunity @rtpsug
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@dastylinrastan Ideally, yes. The problem comes in the options we make available update the HttpClientHandler. If we used one HttpClient we would have contention between ruspaces. This is something that needs to be addressed for #PowerShell @AzureFunctions to prevent port exhaustion.
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So is there a way to "upgrade" a non-Admin cmd or powershell window to Administrator mode? Yes, there are many ways to *start* one, and script it or create shortcuts etc but if I already am in one, can I upgrade it? #powershell #Windows