You can run commands on one or hundreds of computers with a single PowerShell command. WindowsPowerShell supports remote computing by using various technologies, including WMI, RPC, andWS-Management.
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PowerShell Core supports WMI, WS-Management, and SSH remoting. In PowerShell 6, RPC is no longersupported. In PowerShell 7 and above, RPC is supported only in Windows.
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Windows PowerShell Remoting Without Configuration
Many Windows PowerShell cmdlets have the ComputerName parameter that enables you to collect data andchange settings on one or more remote computers. These cmdlets use varying communication protocolsand work on all Windows operating systems without any special configuration.
These cmdlets include:
Typically, cmdlets that support remoting without special configuration have the ComputerNameparameter and don't have the Session parameter. To find these cmdlets in your session, type:
Windows PowerShell Remoting
Using the WS-Management protocol, Windows PowerShell remoting lets you run any Windows PowerShellcommand on one or more remote computers. You can establish persistent connections, start interactivesessions, and run scripts on remote computers.
To use Windows PowerShell remoting, the remote computer must be configured for remote management.For more information, including instructions, see About Remote Requirements.
Once you have configured Windows PowerShell remoting, many remoting strategies are available to you.This article lists just a few of them. For more information, see About Remote.
Start an Interactive Session
To start an interactive session with a single remote computer, use the Enter-PSSessioncmdlet. For example, to start an interactive session with the Server01 remote computer, type:
The command prompt changes to display the name of the remote computer. Any commands that you type atthe prompt run on the remote computer and the results are displayed on the local computer.
To end the interactive session, type:
For more information about the Enter-PSSession and Exit-PSSession cmdlets, see:
Run a Remote Command
To run a command on one or more computers, use the Invoke-Commandcmdlet. For example, to run a Get-UICulturecommand on the Server01 and Server02 remote computers, type:
The output is returned to your computer.
Run a Script
To run a script on one or many remote computers, use the FilePath parameter of the
Invoke-Commandcmdlet. The script must be on or accessible to your local computer. The results are returned to yourlocal computer.
For example, the following command runs the DiskCollect.ps1 script on the remote computers, Server01and Server02.
Establish a Persistent Connection
New-PSSession cmdlet to create a persistent session on a remote computer. The followingexample creates remote sessions on Server01 and Server02. The session objects are stored in the
Now that the sessions are established, you can run any command in them. And because the sessions arepersistent, you can collect data from one command and use it in another command.
For example, the following command runs a Get-HotFix command in the sessions in the $s variable andit saves the results in the $h variable. The $h variable is created in each of the sessions in $s,but it doesn't exist in the local session.
Now you can use the data in the
$h variable with other commands in the same session. The resultsare displayed on the local computer. For example:
Windows PowerShell remote management just begins here. By using the cmdlets installed with WindowsPowerShell, you can establish and configure remote sessions both from the local and remote ends,create customized and restricted sessions, allow users to import commands from a remote session thatactually run implicitly on the remote session, configure the security of a remote session, and muchmore.
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Windows PowerShell includes a WSMan provider. The provider creates a
WSMAN: drive that lets younavigate through a hierarchy of configuration settings on the local computer and remote computers.
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For more information about the WSMan provider, seeWSMan Provider andAbout WS-Management Cmdlets,or in the Windows PowerShell console, type
Ps Remote Control App
For more information, see:
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For help with remoting errors, see about_Remote_Troubleshooting.