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Sheet1 Page 1 TOPIC about_Remote_Troubleshooting SHORT DESCRIPTION Describes how to troubleshoot remote operations in Windows PowerShell. LONG DESCRIPTION This section describes some of the problems that you might encounter when using the remoting features of Windows PowerShell that are based on WS-Management technology and it suggests solutions to these problems. Before using Windows PowerShell remoting, see about_Remote and about_Remote_Requirements for guidance on configuration and basic use Also, the Help topics for each of the remoting cmdlets, particularly the parameter descriptions, have useful information that is designed to help you avoid problems. Updated versions of this topic, and other Windows PowerShell help topics, can be found online in the Microsoft TechNet Library. To see the online version of this help topic, paste the following URL in your Internet browser: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=135188 NOTE: On Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and later versions of Windows, to view or change settings for the local computer in the WSMan: drive, including changes to the session configurations, trusted hosts, ports, or listeners, start Windows PowerShell with the "Run as administrator" option. TROUBLESHOOTING PERMISSION AND AUTHENTICATION ISSUES This section discusses remoting problems that are related to user and computer permissions and remoting requirements. HOW TO RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR --------------------------- ERROR: Access is denied. You need to run this cmdlet from an elevated process. To start a remote session on the local computer, or to view or change settings for the local computer in the WSMan: drive, including changes to the session configurations, trusted hosts, ports, or listeners, start Windows PowerShell with the "Run as administrator" option. To start Windows PowerShell with the "Run as administrator option: -- Right-click a Windows PowerShell (or Windows PowerShell ISE) icon and then click "Run as administrator.
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Sheet1 Page 2 To start Windows PowerShell with the "Run as administrator option in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. -- In the Windows taskbar, right-click the Windows PowerShell icon, and then click "Run Windows PowerShell as admin." Note: In Windows Server 2008 R2, the Windows PowerShell icon is pinned to the taskbar by default. HOW TO ENABLE REMOTING ---------------------- ERROR: ACCESS IS DENIED - or - ERROR: The connection to the remote host was refused. Verify that the WS-Management service is running on the remote host and configured to listen for requests on the correct port and HTTP URL. No configuration is required to enable a computer to send remote commands. However, to receive remote commands, the computer must be configured for remoting. The configuration includes starting the WinRM service, setting the startup type for the WinRM service to Automatic, creating listeners for HTTP and HTTPS connections, and creating default session configurations. To configure a computer to receive remote commands, use the
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