One of the keys to keeping a system secure is to be able to keep a log of all of the activities being performed on the system. If you suspect nefarious activity, you can go back through the security logs to determine who has been using the system, and what they have been doing. When it comes to PowerShell, this type of logging has always been challenging. PowerShell has its own transcription feature, but historically this feature has suffered from a couple of major limitations. Thankfully, there is now a better way to leverage PowerShell transcription logs to check on activity.