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display remote dialog box - powershell

Posted on 2014-02-26
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Is there an easy way to display a dialog box on a remote system using powershell for example
[system.windows.forms.messagebox::show('System Admin: Need access to your computer to conduct fix for help request')

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not a powershell solution but windows built in functionality - msg commang.
you can use it like this syntax:
msg /server:servernamehere * /v msggoeshere
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so lets so i wanted to message computer jimbob on mydomain
i would type:
msg /mydomain:jimbob /v testing  

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great figured it out. thanks!
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