Winrm configuration

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  • #23508

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    Hi All ,

    I am trying to establish a secure powershell remoting (https) in my environment . everything is up and working .

    Now i got a requirement that the winrm listeners on the servers should only accept secure connection from a Management server .

    PS C:\Users\z6ynd> Get-WSManInstance winrm/config/Listener -SelectorSet @{Address='*';Transport="HTTPS"}

    Output :

    cfg :
    xsi :
    lang : en-US
    Address : *
    Transport : HTTPS
    Port : 5986
    Hostname : XXXSMSCO0001.hpovservices2.local
    Enabled : true
    URLPrefix : wsman
    CertificateThumbprint : 8A0EC8DC3BA5A5D898BE1CC022D8B75EC6323199
    ListeningOn : {84.XX.XXX.77,, ::1, 2002:54ff:7e4d::54ff:7e4d...}

    Changing Address to : instead of "*" will help me on this regard ? In that case is there any way to accomplish that ?

    Thank you,

  • #23509

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    Hey Nithun,

    I'd suggest taking a look at the free e-book Secrets of PowerShell Remoting, which you can access from this site via Resources, Free Ebooks, which will point you in the right direction.

  • #23517

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    WInRM doesn't provide incoming address filtering. You'd need to configure that in a local firewall. The Address setting controls which local IPs are listened to.

  • #24023

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    Thank you so much don for the input . I am all set


    Thank you for directing me to a wonderful lesson about PS remoting.

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