So much busy work to do because of proprietary nonsense, and the whole ecosystem feels like a giant cluttered mess.
Take remote administration for example; Windows is incredibly open by default and yet getting this to actually work is surprisingly annoying. Everything about it annoying.
Powershell is a step in the right direction but Microsoft never found something they couldn't fuck up. Take the security modules: There are *85* cmdlets. Its bonkers.
It does give you a lot of *Nix-like commands (which are aliased to various powershell cmdlets) but it's something, at least.
But look at big tin for example, there is still no way - almost amazingly - to say "I would like this filesystem on that Raid Virtual disk thank you". You can't do it. It's not a use case. You can mount a volume on the filesystem but not anywhere useful.
The entire ecosystem is designed- by-committee bullshit. I swear it's intentionally arcane and complex to sell certs.
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