Secure Your Powershell Session with JEA and Constrained Endpoints
What is a constrained endpoint and why would I need one?
Powershell constrained endpoints are a means of interacting with powershell in a manner consistent with the principal of least privilege. In Powershell terms, this is referred to as Just-Enough-Administration, or JEA.
JEA is very well documented, so this won't simply be repeating everything those references detail. Instead, we'll go through a simple, real-world use-case of when and why you might need to deploy one.