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PowerShell

Description

 

This entry is used to define and configure a PowerShell session.

 

Auto Login

Built in

Copy Password

 

Credential Repository

Embedded Mode

External Mode

 

Multi Monitor Support

Show Opened Session

Support Logging

 

Settings

 

The remote system must be configured to allow remote commands. Please consult Enable and Use Remote Commands in Windows PowerShell.

 

General

PowerShell - General tab

PowerShell - General tab

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Command

Enter the PowerShell command.

Filename

Select a PowerShell file on the network or on the computer.

Arguments

Arguments that are appended to the Command.

No exit

Does not exit after running startup commands

Execution mode

Select your execution mode between:

Default

Command

Encoded command

PowerShell version

Select your PowerShell version between:

Default (current version)

Version 2

No profile

Does not load the Windows PowerShell profile.

Non interactive (suppress error message)

Does not present an interactive prompt to the user.

Single thread apartment

Starts Windows PowerShell using a single-threaded apartment

Resize window

Force window resize (buffer & window).

Load RDM CmdLet

Load RDM CmdLet Snap-in in the PowerShell session.

No Logo

Hides the copyright banner at startup.

Run as administrator

Run PowerShell command as a administrator.

Run in 64 bits mode

Run RDM CmdLet in 64 bits version.

Debug

Show debug

 

Host and Credentials

PowerShell - Host and Credentials tab

PowerShell - Host and Credentials tab

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Host

Select the host computer to execute the Powershell command.

User name

Enter the username to access the host computer.

Password

Enter the password to access the host computer.

Domain

Enter the domain to access the host computer.

 

Run As

PowerShell - Run As tab

PowerShell - Run As tab

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Disabled

Will not be running the session as a different user.

Use session credentials

Use the same credentials as defined in the session.

Use custom credentials

Use specified custom credentials.

Use credential repository

Uses a linked Credentials Entry in Remote Desktop Manager, which can can be external credentials like KeePass for example. Very useful for sharing or reusing credentials among entries.

Use my personal credentials

Please consult My Personal Credentials for more information.