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    Thanks for the feedback. This is something that has been suggested frequently, and we are hearing you. At this time no decision has been made either way.

    Mike commented  · 

    I for one don't understand the whole push back toward command line. Windows brought the GUI and took over the world with it, now toss it all out and go back to the prompt. ok. IMO better to create a windows management server role or applicance which is purpose built to aid in developing / executing admin scripts and so on. If I have IIS enabled or some software installed that's designed to run on a server I don't need to be messing around with powershell on the box and trying to manage other servers from it, I personally want a GUI on a box like that, IIS manager, SSMS etc. Even if I could manage the applications entirely with powershell, certainly not making my life any easier.

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