Before we get excited about PS 3.0, fear of privilege escalation will cause government and IP-sensitive firms to lock most of the functions away from the end users on standardized desktops 
Commentators like Oisin Gehan live in some fantasy land where security policy is set by computer scientists or the equivalent 
, when they say bypassing it is not considered a security violation. It is -- and in some workplaces, setting a null session constitutes a crime. It may be illogical, but this is the normal policy surrounding PowerShell.
Honestly, I've just had enough headaches from Microsoft and people's reflexive (convulsive?) reactions to their justifiable fear of Microsoft. I will never deliberately use it for grown-up work.
It's paranoid and illogical, but paranoia is
a logical response to Windows, so my condemnation is not without compassion. http://www.nivot.org/