Enabling Remote Services Using Windows 2003 PowerShell 2.0

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Hi, I want to access my system remotely on the remote machine or server. Can somebody explain to me the way on how to enable remote services using Windows 2003 PowerShell 2.0 ?

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Enabling Remote Services Using Windows 2003 PowerShell 2.0

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Hello, let me just explain how this process works when using Windows 2003 PowerShell 2.0. WinRM is a remote management protocol for managing servers, workstations, devices whereas RDP provides us a connection to remote devices and GUI access for GUI management. Let’s see how to enable Windows 2003 Remote services with Windows Powershell.

  1. Download and install PowerShell in Windows server 2003 and after installation press “Win+X” to open PowerShell.
  2. Run the Powershell application as administrator.
  3. Then type “Enable-PSRemoting -Force” and press “Enter”. The remoting process will be successfully enabled.
  4. To test or verify whether the remoting is enabled, use Invoke-command or ping command in Windows PowerShell cmdlet. Now type “ping hostname” and “Enter -psSession MachineName”.

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