Wednesday, April 04, 2012 8:59 AM
i got a specific problem concerning the multi-hop support in WinRM.
The task is following (to keep things simple I use server a, server b and server c in the explanation):
I'm sitting on server a. On server b, there are some scripts stored on the HDD. One script (powershell) contains the job to write a test-file on server c (must be via UNC-path). When I command server b to execute the script (via a winrs command on server a) then I'm getting an Access denied error. After searching for this problem I came across CredSSP. I set it up and tried it again. After trying different possibilities, I'm stuck now.
When I use the -ad switch, winrs asks me for the credentials. After giving these via the -u: and -p: switch, there is still the same error message!
My question: Is there a possibility to multihop without explicit credentials / CredSSP? Does multihop work in general?
My servers are all running on Win2k8R2.
Thanks in advance, if your're missing any information, just ask ;)
Friday, April 06, 2012 8:22 AMModerator
This issue is unrelated to terminal service/RDS.
Please check the target server if any antivirus software or firewall settings led to this issue. You can disable or uninstall the 3rd security software in the RDS to see whether same issue still exists.
A similar problem thread like below.
Winrm - Winrs - Powershell
Multi-Hop Support in WinRM
Why do I get ACCESS DENIED when running commands on a remote PS runspace?
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- Marked As Answer by Yuan WangMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Tuesday, April 24, 2012 4:19 AM