PowerShell scripts: Windows vs Praim Agile. Which method will you choose?

By | May 29, 2017

On Windows 7 and later releases of the Operating System, it is possible to use PowerShell Remoting.

This service provides the user with PowerShell terminals and allows him to execute PS scripts on remote computers. Once the connection to the remote computer is established, all PS feature are available, like to mount network shares or installing software from the command line.

From now on, the machine which will issue the PowerShell commands will be called ‘Client’, while the one which will execute the commands will be called ‘Server’.

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