Powershell - No Remoting

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  • #72902

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    Dear Community,

    Corporate Domain Environment, Windows 7 Enterprise, Powershell V5, Remoting not enabled across the desktop fleet

    What would be the best way to remotely enable PS-Remoting, then later Disable PS-Remoting (One or two machines). I am toying with the idea of using PSExec to launch a batchfile which then launches powershell on the remote machine to do the enable / disable remoting piece

    Does this sound OK – Open to better suggestions


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    I think if it are just 2 machines just enable it by hand or let some helpdesk dude walk by the machine. if you want to do it voor your whole fleet i suggest you should use a GPO.

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