So MS finally get it – reduce the attackable surface of your servers: http://www.redmondmag.com/features/article.asp?EditorialsID=640

But the following quote just cracks me up:

If your workstations will be running Windows Vista, you can use a cool new feature called WS-Management. Server Core includes a WS-Management “listener.” Vista has the new WinRS — that’s the Windows Remote Shell client. Type a command and WinRS transmits it to the server, where the command executes. Any output is displayed on your workstation. Finally, a compelling reason to upgrade to the much-delayed Vista.

Hmmm, I think I’ve seen this kinda thing before…. rexec, rsh, ssh…