I'd like to create a small application that can collect system information (Win32_blablabla) using WinRM as opposed to WMI. How can i do that from C#?
The main goal is to use WS-Man (WinRm) as opposed to DCOM (WMI).
Solution I guess the easiest way would be to use WSMAN automation. Reference wsmauto.dll from windwos\system32 in your project:
I am trying to execute an exe on a remote computer using invoke-command. Executing the exe on the remote machine after logging into the machine using remote desktop takes 1GB of memory and executes to completion after a minute. Whereas when I execute the same exe using Invoke-Command on the same machine, the process returns an OutOfMemoryException
I'm trying to run below puppet bolt command for remote Azure VM through powershell.
bolt command run ipconfig --targets winrm://188.8.131.526 --no-ssl -user testuser123 -password test@84p
getting below error for above command in powershell
Failed on 192.168.0.140:
Timeout after 10 seconds connecting to 192.168.0.140
Failed on 1 target: 192.168.0.1
I am getting below timeout message once trying to provision file to an azure RM VM .
unknown error Post
http://terraform.eastus.cloudapp.azure.com:3389/wsman: read tcp
192.168.0.4:59745->184.108.40.206:3389: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
I am trying file provision and the VM already there and no n
I tried running a script localwindows.ps1 from C# using the following Code :
PSCredential credential = new PSCredential(userName, securePassword);
WSManConnectionInfo connectionInfo = new WSManConnectionInfo(false, "machineName", 5985, "/wsman", shellUri, credential);
using (Runspace runspace = Runspa
I'm working on a C# web service that will be deployed on an Exchange 2013 server. This service will be responsible for running powershell commands to configure Exchange.
I connect via a runspace created like this
const string shellUri = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/powershell/microsoft.exchange";
var uri = new Uri(_exchangeConnectionUri);
This self-answered question, which focuses on Windows, addresses the following aspects:
Now that there are two PowerShell editions - the legacy, Windows-only Windows PowerShell and the cross-platform PowerShell Core, both may be installed on a given Windows machine:
How can I tell which PowerShell edition will execute remote commands, such as
I'm very new to PS so I think I'm missing something basic here. I can do a remote powershell session like this...
$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange
I want the equivalent in C# so I'm tryi
I would like to have access to the cmdlets in the CimCmdlets module in .NET Core within C# code. Specifically, I want to be able to use the New-CimSessionOption and New-CimSession cmdlets.
I have a powershell script which can run asynchorusly to start multiple application pools.
But when i have a certain amount of app pools to start it throws the following error:
The running command stopped because the preference variable
"ErrorActionPreference" or common parameter is set to Stop: [ServerX]
Connecting to remote server XXX fa