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Regarding this blog post, its very easy to do visually. But for easy deployment on other environments I would like to do this in a powershell script.

I have found this information here:

But its very unclear how to do it?

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I think the blogpost you mention from Corey Roth explains it all. What did you try already and what are the successes and failures?

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