Class which defines connection path to a remote runspace that needs to be created. Transport specific connection paths will be derived from this
public abstract class RunspaceConnectionInfo
Authentication mechanism to use while connecting to the server
The duration (in ms) for which PowerShell should wait before it times out on cancel operations (close runspace or stop powershell). For instance, when the user hits ctrl-C, New-PSSession cmdlet tries to call a stop on all remote runspaces which are in the Opening state. The administrator wouldn’t mind waiting for 15 seconds, but this should be time bound and of a shorter duration. A high timeout here like 3 minutes will give the administrator a feeling that the PowerShell client has hung.
ThumbPrint of a certificate used for connecting to a remote machine. When this is specified, you dont need to supply credential and authentication mechanism.
Name of the computer
Credential used for the connection
Culture that the remote session should use
The duration (in ms) for which a Runspace on server needs to wait before it declares the client dead and closes itself down. This is especially important as these values may have to be configured differently for enterprise administration and exchange scenarios.
This info is filled using info sent from server
The duration (in ms) for which PowerShell remoting waits before timing out on a connection to a remote machine. Simply put, the timeout for a remote runspace creation. The administrator would like to tweak this timeout depending on whether he/she is connecting to a machine in the data center or across a slow WAN.
The duration for which PowerShell remoting waits before timing out for any operation. The user would like to tweak this timeout depending on whether he/she is connecting to a machine in the data center or across a slow WAN.
UI culture that the remote session should use
Populates session options from a PSSessionOption instance.