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New-PSSession command error in Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2016-08-06
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I am getting following error when trying to run following PowerShell command in Windows 2003 server. The installed PowerShell version is 2.0. Also, I have checked that Windows Remote Management(WS-Management) service is running.

This command is running without any problem in Windows 2012 server.

Can you please guide me how to run this command in Windows 2003 server.

new-pssession -computername dc -credential MYDOMAIN\Administrator

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New-PSSession error in Windows 2003 server
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What is the response of the command below?

winrm qc
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by:cbinayak
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I am getting following output with "winrm qc" command.
winrm qc output
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by:cantoris
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It's probably easiest to just (re-)run
Enable-PSRemoting
directly on the remote machine.
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by:cbinayak
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Enable-PSRemoting is giving error. However, the problem got resolved by installing winrm listener on http.
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