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PowerShell Remote Console

Description

 

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

 

The PowerShell Remote Console allows you to perform PowerShell operations on a remote device.

 

Settings

 

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

 

General

PowerShell Remote Console - General

PowerShell Remote Console - General

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Type

Select the type of connection. Select between:

Computer name

Connection uri

VM name

VM Id

Host

Enter the host name or IP address of the remote device.

Ellipsis button

Provides the list of computers discovered on your network.  This can take a few moments to generate.

Port

Enter the port to access the remote computer. Set the port to 0 to use the default port.

Port generator

Clicking on the icon to display the Port Generator.

Use SSL

Secure the connection with SSL encryption (https).

Configuration

Enter the PowerShell session configuration name.

Username

Enter the username of the remote device.

Password

Enter the password of the remote device.

View / Hide Password

Click on the view icon to view your password.

Click on the hide icon to hide your password.

Password Generator

Click on the icon to display the Password Generator.

Password Analyzer

Indicates the strength of the password.

Domain

Enter the domain of the remote device.

 

Run As

PowerShell Remote Console - Run As

PowerShell Remote Console - Run As

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Disabled

Turns off the Run As function.

Use session credentials

Use the credential provided under the General tab.

Use custom credentials

Use custom Username, Password and Domain.

Use credential repository

Select an existing credential entry with the combo box or the ellipsis button.

Use my personal credentials

Retrieve the credentials from My Personal Credentials. Click on the ellipsis button to edit your personal credentials.

 

Advanced

PowerShell Remote Console - Advanced

PowerShell Remote Console - Advanced

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Other parameters

Enter additional parameters you wish to use.

PowerShell version

Select the PowerShell version to use. Select between:

Default (Current Version)

Version 2

Resize window

Force window resize (buffer & window).

Run as Administrator

Run PowerShell command as a administrator.

Run in 64-bit mode

Run RDM CmdLet in 64 bits version.

Single thread apartment

Starts Windows PowerShell using a single-threaded apartment.