Enable Powershell Remoting remotely

taken from source: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/0800c68c-8cfb-4d6f-9c05-0e1a33412941/remotely-enable-psremoting?forum=winserverpowershell

Hi, I know this has been answered, but I feel using schtasks is overly complicated. I’ve found a better way and am posting it since this question is the top result in Google for the topic.

First, you need to have a microsoft tool – psexec – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx – download and extract to where ever.

After that run cmd.exe, and navigate to whatever folder psexec has been extracted to (ie. cd C:\[path to psexec’s containing folder)

Then run this command:

psexec \\[computer name] -u [admin account name] -p [admin account password] -h -d powershell.exe “enable-psremoting -force”

That’s it. Twiddle your thumbs for a couple minutes – enable-psremoting can sometimes take a while and the -d modifier just lets it happen in the background on the target remote machine, then you are good to go with all your psRemoting funtimes.

You can also replace “\\[computer name]” with an ip address, or even “@C:\[path]\list.txt to automatically enable psRemoting on a big list of computers on your network. Very fast, very easy.

Hope this is clear enough for the less experienced because most of what turns up on Google is not very helpful for this topic.

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