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  • You could just do the following w/o installing anything ... shutdown - m \\computername - r - f

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  • $VMMS = gwmi -namespace root\virtualization Msvm_VirtualSystemManagementService -computername

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  • For example: \\computername\printername breakdown: \\computername: is the host computer name \printername: is the printer which is share by host computer sorry for replying late. hope this help

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  • Get-WMIObject - computername josebda-s0 - query "Select * from Win32_Service Where Name = 'LanManServer'" | Get-Member

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  • I have tried all sorts to get the program to run correctly all have not worked i.e. varPSExecVariable = "psexec \\computername C: \demo. exe"

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  • Example of "storeCredentials" is as follows: msdeploy. exe - verb: dump - source: iisapp = "Default Web Site/", computername = MachineName, username = User, password = Password, storeCredentials = UserCredential

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  • Now to get the above credential back using the "getCredentials".msdeploy. exe - verb: dump - source: iisapp = "Default Web Site/", computername = MachineName, getCredentials = UserCredential

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  • Because the Get-WMIObject cmdlet needs strings for the filter and computername, I make sure the parameters are also strings.

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  • \System\* logman create counter MyCollection - s \% computername\% - cf counterstxt

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  • The parameters are positional, meaning the function is expecting a computername and then a service name.

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