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
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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"jefff" <jefff@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> 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
> they fail. I have even tried signing the scripts but they fails.. This
> system is x64 if
> that matters..
> PS C:\> get-executionpolicy
> PS C:\>
> bash-2.03$ 'rsh' '172.17.226.119' ' cmd /c
> -Command z:\\smebackup_loop.ps1 -Force <c:\\testtools\\yes.txt '
> File Z:\smebackup_loop.ps1 cannot be loaded because the execution of
> disabled on this system. Please see "get-help about_signing" for more
> At line:1 char:23
> + z:\\smebackup_loop.ps1 <<<< -Force