PowerShell Connection Settings
Always Use Remoting
Determines whether PowerShell remoting should be used, even when a connection is being made to the local machine.
The authentication mechanism to use - Automatic, Basic, Negotiate, or Kerberos. When set to automatic the system will typically use Kerberos authentication, and will use Negotiate only when the machine is on a workgroup, or custom credentials are in use. Basic authentication is only supported for the Exchange Organization agent.
The port to use when making a HTTP connection.
The port to use when making a HTTPS connection.
Ignore Certificate Issues
Determines whether to ignore certificate issues when making HTTPS connections.
The maximum number of URI redirections allowed.
The maximum amount of time (in milliseconds) that Windows PowerShell will wait for an open operation to complete. By default this is 180 seconds.
The amount of time (in milliseconds) that Windows PowerShell will wait for an operation to complete including a command or script to execute. By default this is 180 seconds.
The path to use for the connection - by default this is /wsman for all connections except the Exchange Organization agent.
The connection protocol to use - HTTP, HTTPS or Automatic. When set to Automatic the system will attempt to connect using HTTPS and will attempt a HTTP connection if the connection is unsuccessful.
The uniform resource identifier for the shell to load, this is configured by the endpoint. This shell may set security, run scripts and load snap-ins automatically. By default this is set to http://schemas.microsoft.com/powershell/Microsoft.PowerShell.