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    Jason Fossen commented  · 

    Note: The above issue was observed on Windows 10 Pro version 1703 (latest patches) and also on Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Edition (latest patches).

    There is another related problem too. Start with factory default IPsec settings, create new MMCryptoSet in PoSh (call this "X"), open WF snap-in and the GUI still shows using the factory defaults. If you customize the defaults in the GUI (call these proposals "Y"), save changes (OK > OK > OK), come back to the GUI, and it doesn't show the "Y" changes just made, it shows the "X" proposal. Under the hood I'm sure it's the same issue, just a different way an admin might see it.

    Expected behavior is 1) for the code behind the GUI to look for the GUID of the default MMCryptoSet and, if found, update the GUI correctly when the property sheet is first opened, and 2) when the default MMCryptoSet is edited in the GUI, this should create or update the correct default MMCryptoSet identified by its GUID. This will keep in sync what's seen in PoSh, what's seen in the WF snap-in, and what the IPsec services or drivers are actually using.

    Jason Fossen commented  · 

    In my last sentence, it should be "IKEv2", not 3.

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    survey  ·  Zachary Alexander responded

    changing to Survey based on Joonas’ comment below – request is to have a flag to force TLS 1.2.

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    Will watch for folks to add their voices to this.
    In the meantime, if there is someone who wants to publish a user-contributed item to the PowerShell Gallery that does this, it would certainly be welcomed.

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    Jason Fossen commented  · 

    Also, it would be nice if in the PSSC file would give the name of the PSRC file with the .psrc file name extension. I think it would help with understanding.

    For example, if the following is in a PSSC file:

    RoleDefinitions = @{ 'TESTING\Contractors' = @{ RoleCapabilities = 'Auditors' } }

    It would be nice to optionally specify the Auditors.psrc file like this:

    RoleDefinitions = @{ 'TESTING\Contractors' = @{ RoleCapabilities = 'Auditors.psrc' } }

    Or, even better, with a full or relative path like this:

    RoleDefinitions = @{ 'TESTING\Contractors' = @{ RoleCapabilities = 'C:\SomeFolder\Auditors.psrc' } }

    I think this would be easier for people new to JEA to understand how PSSC and PSRC files relate to each other.

    Thanks, J.

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    The PnpDevice module contains some of the features available in Devcon.exe. If there are tasks that you cannot perform using it, please let us know what is missing, along with a basic comment of why you would use them.

    Jason Fossen commented  · 

    Hi J.Keith:

    The PnPDevice module is very useful, but I don't think it allows you to (un)install devices. It only provides cmdlets to query, enable or disable them, so it's not a full replacement for devcon.exe.

    For my particular need, I would like to be able to install the MS Loopback Adapter without devcon.exe, but installing devices using MS or third-party drivers and INF files in general I think would be useful to others, especially for appliances.

    If a new Install-PnpDevice cmdlet were added to the PnpDevice module, that would be great, but personally I think it would be enough to just have devcon.exe and a wrapper PoSh module in the PSGallery available for redistribution (or whatever DLL devcon.exe uses plus the PoSh wrapper, not necessarily devcon.exe itself).

    Thanks!

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