execute powershell script from linux servers


I search a tool for executing powershell scripts or sql commands from linux servers.
I can't setup cygwin or ssh client on the Windows servers.


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There may be a few options.  Most promising in what I have looked at is:


I have not personally had time to try it out yet, but was looking into it not too long ago.

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could you please elaborate more about your issue?
bibi92Author Commented:

I have to build oracle linux and servers centralized repository on oracle database. So I have to executed shell and powershell scripts on repository server which OS is linux. Thanks
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Sadly linux does not execute powershell scripts. As much as oracle is involved one uses SQL scripts and oracle is happy about them.
The article does not mention oracle or Linux. There is no powerehell on linux or oracle.
bibi92Author Commented:
Maybe my English  is very bad, from this linked :

Using a WS-Management client on Linux

I have already setup sshd client on Windows server and execute locally the powershell scripts through ssh connection.

Azure already has windows SSH, I assume it is on the way to customer windows servers.
Do you want to solve this remote exec problem for the year to come while windows is without SSH?

You can also run psexec.exe from sysinternals via WINE, less stuff to set up on windows.
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