How to store remote user data on Shared folder using script

Mahesh Jaiswal 81 Reputation points
2021-12-16T09:07:52.183+00:00

Dear All,

Please let us know is it possible to collect user's system hash key data from remote user into share folder using script, which user runs on his system.

1) Create one share folder on Local systems.
2) Add Script
3) Share the script with user which is having script path from share folder and output file saved path as another folder in same folder.

Thanks,

Mahesh J

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  1. Limitless Technology 39,181 Reputation points
    2022-01-06T14:55:01.653+00:00

    Hi there,

    You should understand remote Powershell scripts for running Remote Commands. You can run commands on one or hundreds of computers with a single PowerShell command. Windows PowerShell supports remote computing by using various technologies, including WMI, RPC, and WS-Management.

    Many Windows PowerShell cmdlets have the ComputerName parameter that enables you to collect data and change settings on one or more remote computers. These cmdlets use varying communication protocols and work on all Windows operating systems without any special configuration.

    You can get more insights about these commands form here https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/learn/remoting/running-remote-commands?view=powershell-7.2

    Hope this resolves your Query!!

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