If you’re the sole IT person in a small organization, chances are you have several servers to manage. If you have a script you need to run, you could log in to each server, open up the PowerShell console, and run your script there. But you can save a lot of time if you run one script that performs a particular task on each server. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to run commands remotely using PowerShell remoting.

PowerShell remoting is a feature that allows a user to remotely run commands in a session on one or many computers at once. A session, or more specifically, a PSSession, is a PowerShell remoting term that refers ...

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