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Monday, October 31, 2005

 


list processes of remote computer from MSH



as GPS does not have a - computer parameter, you can not use it on a remote computer.

so when asked in the NG, I came to this first (using WMI).

$RemoteProcess = get-wmiObject -computer Computername win32_process

but then I did think about the ".net"-way and came up with this :

[System.Diagnostics.Process]::GetProcesses("Computer")

this is also more like get-Process does, I don't know why they did not add the switch ?
lookt trival to me.

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