Windows Server

How to determine Windows PowerShell version and to see if WinRM is running via Test-WSMan

Firstly, to determine the PowerShell version, run the following command below to determine the version of PowerShell that you are running.

$PSVersionTable

To determine if WinRM is running on a server, use the following command below. The result will be displayed as shown in the figure above.
– WinRM is currently configured by default on all servers starting from Windows Server 2012 and disabled on the client operating system.

winrm quickconfig

Via the Test-WSMan Cmdlets: Use the link below for more information 🙂
– See the link for more information.

Stay glued as I will be showing how to enable WinRM on Windows Servers & Clients via Group Policy Object. Also, see how to configure servers for remote access.

I hope you found this blog post helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.

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