Using Remoting

When using remoting, three different modes can be used to execute commands, as follows:

1 to 1—Referred to as Interactive mode. This mode enables you to remotely manage a machine similar to using an SSH session.

Many to 1—Referred to as the Fan-In mode. This mode allows multiple administrators to manage a single host using an interactive session.

1 to Many—Referred to as the Fan-Out mode. This mode allows a command to execute across a large number of machines.

More information about each mode is provided in the following sections.

Interactive Remoting

With interactive remoting, the PowerShell session you are executing commands within looks and feels very much like an Secure Shell (SSH) session, as shown in the following example: ...

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