workstation-to-workstation remote PowerShell setup

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  • #82763

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    Most of the workstations involved are Windows 10 but perhaps a few Windows 7.
    I want to be able to run PS from one workstation into another.
    It appears there are at least a couple of choices to make.
    And, it appears there are multiple steps to take to allow it to work.
    I've not found a roadmap (or set of instructions) that's very useful.

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    Jon

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    What tasks are you trying to accomplish?
    What have you tried?

    Here is a good place to start:
    https://devops-collective-inc.gitbooks.io/secrets-of-powershell-remoting/content/

  • #82781

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    If PoSH is not there by default, you have to install it.
    If these are not domain joined systems, the you need to deploy PoSH Remoteing in Workgroup mode.

    MS has had a blog since circa 2009 on this workgroup topic.

    'blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/wmi/2009/07/24/powershell-remoting-between-two-workgroup-machines'

  • #82793

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    Perfect! Thanks.

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