using powershell via rsh fails with execution of scripts is disab


  1.    06 Dec 2007 #1
    jefff Guest

    using powershell via rsh fails with execution of scripts is disab


    Guys,

    I know this is a strange request, but I need to rsh to start my
    powershell scripts. My scripts work fine locally.
    I have unrestriced access, But when I attempt to rsh the powershell command,
    they fail. I have even tried signing the scripts but they fails.. This
    system is x64 if
    that matters..

    PS C:\> get-executionpolicy
    Unrestricted
    PS C:\>



    bash-2.03$ 'rsh' '172.17.226.119' ' cmd /c
    c:\\windows\\Syswow64\\WindowsPowerShell\\V1.0\\powershell.exe
    -Command z:\\smebackup_loop.ps1 -Force <c:\\testtools\\yes.txt '
    File Z:\smebackup_loop.ps1 cannot be loaded because the execution of scripts
    is
    disabled on this system. Please see "get-help about_signing" for more
    details.
    At line:1 char:23
    + z:\\smebackup_loop.ps1 <<<< -Force
    bash-2.03$

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    06 Dec 2007 #2
    Jeffery Hicks [MVP] Guest

    Re: using powershell via rsh fails with execution of scripts is disab


    You'll have to set the execution policy on the remote machine to allow
    scripts. Because you are using rsh, you are running scripts on the remote
    server.

    BTW, I would recommend at least using RemoteSigned and not Unrestricted.
    The former will keep any Internet downloaded scripts, which might not get
    vetted by you, from being executed.

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    Jeffery Hicks
    Microsoft PowerShell MVP
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    "jefff" <jefff@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:7F3EEB2D-3602-4DDD-AE20-E331D62B3832@xxxxxx

    > Guys,
    >
    > I know this is a strange request, but I need to rsh to start my
    > powershell scripts. My scripts work fine locally.
    > I have unrestriced access, But when I attempt to rsh the powershell
    > command,
    > they fail. I have even tried signing the scripts but they fails.. This
    > system is x64 if
    > that matters..
    >
    > PS C:\> get-executionpolicy
    > Unrestricted
    > PS C:\>
    >
    >
    >
    > bash-2.03$ 'rsh' '172.17.226.119' ' cmd /c
    > c:\\windows\\Syswow64\\WindowsPowerShell\\V1.0\\powershell.exe
    > -Command z:\\smebackup_loop.ps1 -Force <c:\\testtools\\yes.txt '
    > File Z:\smebackup_loop.ps1 cannot be loaded because the execution of
    > scripts
    > is
    > disabled on this system. Please see "get-help about_signing" for more
    > details.
    > At line:1 char:23
    > + z:\\smebackup_loop.ps1 <<<< -Force
    > bash-2.03$
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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