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Run netsh to manage remote computer

Postby chicagotech » Tue Apr 04, 2017 3:11 pm

The network shell (Netsh) of Windows can be a great way to view or manage network-related settings via the Command Prompt. You can run netsh to manage remote computer.

Here is how:

netsh -r hostname -u domain\admin -p password

Note: replace domain\admin with your domain administrator name, for example Chicagotech\administrator. Enter your administrator password replacing password, for example
netsh -r hostname -u domain\administrator -p Pa$$w0rd.

Then run netsh commands.

or add netsh command to this command:
netsh -r hostname -u domain\admin -p password interface ip show config

If you run into connectivity issues with remote machines, ensure the Remote Registry service is running on the remote computer. If it is not, then Windows may display a "Network Path Not Found" error message. Additionally, verify File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is enabled in the network connection properties of the remote machine. As always, ensure there aren't any firewalls blocking the traffic.

If connectivity issues persist, try the following Registry edit:

Open RegEdit on the remote machine and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
Add a new DWORD value called "LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy," if it doesn't already exist, and ensure its value is set to "1"
Reboot the remote machine.
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