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Windows PowerShell™ 3.0 Step by Step by Ed Wilson

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Using Windows PowerShell remoting: step-by-step exercises

In this exercise, you will practice using Windows PowerShell remoting to run remote commands. For the purpose of this exercise, you can use your local computer. First, you will open the Windows PowerShell console, supply alternate credentials, create a Windows PowerShell remote session, and run various commands. Next, you will create and receive Windows PowerShell jobs.

Supplying alternate credentials for remote Windows PowerShell sessions

  1. Log on to your computer with a user account that does not have administrator rights.

  2. Open the Windows PowerShell console.

  3. Notice the Windows PowerShell console prompt. An example of such a prompt appears here:

    PS C:\Users\ed.IAMMRED>
  4. Use a variable ...

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