I think this is worth noting for me creating a custom solution for Sandboxing an Environment full of domain admins.

Here are the interop’s if you need them, place them in the $dllpath that you choose.


Remove-Variable * -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue; Remove-Module *; $error.Clear(); Clear-Host

#Must run in x32 due to LoadAsm and the MSTSCfile
#Define Butten Click Function

$dllpath = 'C:\mstsc'
$rdp = New-Object AxMSTSCLib.AxMsRdpClient6NotSafeForScripting

[System.Management.Automation.ScriptBlock]$handleconnection = {
    # switch panels
    Write-Host "TADA!"
    #to stop run 
    Unregister-Event thetimer

Function DisplayHelloWorldText{
$rdp.Name = "MyPowerShellRDP" 
$rdp.Enabled = "true" 

$ScreenBounds = [Windows.Forms.SystemInformation]::VirtualScreen

$rdp.DesktopWidth = $ScreenBounds.Width
$rdp.DesktopHeight = $ScreenBounds.Height
$rdp.AdvancedSettings2.DisplayConnectionBar = 'true' 

$rdp.AdvancedSettings2.DisplayConnectionBar = 'true' 
$rdp.AdvancedSettings2.EnableCredSspSupport = "true" 
$rdp.RemoteProgram.RemoteProgramMode = 'true'
$rdp.AdvancedSettings7.SmartSizing = 'true'
$rdp.AdvancedSettings7.PublicMode = 'false'
$rdp.AdvancedSettings7.AuthenticationLevel = 0
register-objectEvent -InputObject $rdp -EventName "OnConnected" -Action { Write-Host "<TIMER>" }
$rdp.ConnectingText = 'Connecting...' 
$rdp.DisconnectedText = "Disconnected" 

$rdp.Server = "PutServerNameHere"
$rdp.UserName = ""
$rdp.AdvancedSettings2.RDPPort = "3389"
$rdp.AdvancedSettings2.ClearTextPassword = "" 

$timer = new-object timers.timer 

$action = {write-host "Timer Elapse Event: $(get-date -Format ‘HH:mm:ss’)"} 
$timer.Interval = 3000 #3 seconds  

#Register-ObjectEvent -InputObject $timer -EventName elapsed –SourceIdentifier thetimer -Action $handleconnection


#to stop run 
#Unregister-Event thetimer


Function SpawnApp{
    $rdp.RemoteProgram.ServerStartProgram("cmd.exe", "", "%SYSTEMROOT%", 'True', "", 'False')
    $rdp.RemoteProgram.ServerStartProgram("calc.exe", "", "%SYSTEMROOT%", 'True', "", 'False')

Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Windows.Forms
$Form = New-Object system.Windows.Forms.Form
$Form.Text = "My simple Form"
$Label = New-Object System.Windows.Forms.Label
$Label.Text = "This form is very simple."
$Label.AutoSize = $True

#Create button
$Button1 = new-object System.Windows.Forms.Button
$Button1.Location = new-object System.Drawing.Size(50, 50)
$Button1.Size = new-object System.Drawing.Size(80,20)
$Button1.Text = "Button"

#Create button
$Button2 = new-object System.Windows.Forms.Button
$Button2.Location = new-object System.Drawing.Size(50, 70)
$Button2.Size = new-object System.Drawing.Size(80,20)
$Button2.Text = "Spawn"

$rdp.Dock = 'Fill' 



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