Nothing I've tried works. Anyone know how to make this happen with powershell?
I'm trying to use this in a powershell script which will run against a remote host.
So far the only way I've been able to run it remotely is using "PSexec cmd" to first open a remote CMD connection. But I'd like to avoid this in my script if possible.
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Are you running it as administrator or as system? Try running it as system. What is the exact command you are running?
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