https://github.com/dotnet/docs/issues/3455 The DotNet team is collecting feedback on this item as well.
14 votessurvey · 7 comments · PowerShell » Microsoft.PowerShell.* Modules · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Interesting! As you say, there’s obviously workarounds here, but that syntax would make things easier. I don’t immediately have an edge case that adding this would break, but it miiiight exist.
Would one of you be so kind as to write up Adam’s generalized suggestion in a GitHub Issue at https://github.com/powershell/issues where the language is currently being developed.
98 votes14 comments · PowerShell » Desired State Configuration (DSC) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We totally understand that a robust Pull server / central management solution is something that is critical to your success with DSC. We have invested quite heavily in Azure Automation DSC (AA DSC) to fill many of these needs. With that said, I would be very interested to understand if the AA DSC solution does not work for you (and other customers) and why? Vote and comment if this is important to you.
Also interesting feedback on our ‘bad ideas’. Thanks!
This is a very difficult thing to implement, it could potentially break many of the add-ons, and could introduce some very confusing UI elements.
That said, we’re interested to get more ideas from you for how something like this might work. Feel free to post your comments below.
Thank you for your input. Based on its current ranking compared to other feedback items and product schedule, work on this item is pending (and will be driven by) further customer input.
Understand the problem now, which is based on loading the DLL from a redirected share.
Moving to a Survey item to gauge priority.
Thank you -
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When the user docs directory is redirected to a network share UNC name, PowerShell is unusable on the machine until the network is connected and active.
Even when the network is connected and active, speed performance is near unusable.