Running Commands on Remote Computers with PowerShell Remoting
Lab
Intermediate
0 h 30 m
2020-07-29
Lab Overview
Running Commands on Remote Computers with PowerShell Remoting Overview At some point soon in your PowerShell career, there will be a time when you need to reach out to other computers. PowerShell can do some great things on your local computer but has the ability to run any scripts and commands you can run on your local computer on remote computers also. In this lab, youre going to learn how to get started with PowerShells feature called PS Remoting and how to run commands on one or many computers at once.

Related Learning Path(s):
Getting Started with PowerShell 7
Objectives
  • To learn how to run a PowerShell command on a remote computer
  • To learn how to configure PowerShell Remoting
Exercises
In this exercise, you're going to learn how to enable PS Remoting, configure the Windows firewall to ensure clients can connect to a machine and other various configuration items needed to successfully connect to remote computers.
In this exercise, you're going to learn how to run commands on remote computers using non-persistent sessions or sessions that immediately exit once the command execution completes.
In this exercise, you will learn how to create persistent sessions, disconnect, connect back and remove sessions.
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