Sample chapter: Using Windows PowerShell Remoting


This chapter is from Windows PowerShell 3.0 First Steps, by Ed Wilson.

With Windows PowerShell 3.0 running a command on a remote computer is as easy as running the command on your local computer; in some cases, it is even easier.

  • Using Windows PowerShell remoting
  • Configuring Windows PowerShell remoting
  • Troubleshooting Windows PowerShell remoting

When you need to use Windows PowerShell on your local computer, it is pretty easy: You open the Windows PowerShell console or the Windows PowerShell ISE, and you run a command or a series of commands. Assuming you have rights to make the changes in the first place, it just works. But what if the change you need to make must be enacted on a hundred or a thousand computers? In the past, these types of changes required expensive specialized software packages, but with Windows PowerShell 3.0 running a command on a remote computer is as easy as running the command on your local computer; in some cases, it is even easier.

Read the complete chapter here: https://www.microsoftpressstore.com/articles/article.aspx?p=2222453.


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