Running PowerShell as Admin in Server Core

Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 by John in Labels: , ,

I've recently started messing around with PowerShell and Server Core in preparation for the Server 2012 R2 exams. With the exception of Cisco IOS, I haven't really used the command line except for running ipconfig for a longtime and based off of Microsoft's objectives for the Server 2012 R2 exams it seems that they're trying to force a paradigm shift away from the GUI and toward command line administration of servers.  I'll post PowerShell tips and tricks as I figure them out.

 From the command prompt type Powershell to enter a PowerShell session. After PowerShell launches, type Start-Process PowerShell -Verb RunAs and it will bring up a PowerShell prompt in Administrator mode.


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