Or if they had a 64bit.
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Lets try the following from the 2008 machine to connect and remotely manage the 2003 machine.
I recently had a customer who got their server (DC) infected with a virus and it was a huge problem to do anything to the box because when they logged in (with any user) the virus kicked in and prevented them from running anything.Download the Windows Management Framework Core for Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition package now.When I did it on my 2003 server, it did not create an icon for the PowerShell.The Powershell Executable is located at You will want to make sure that remote management and WMI is enabled on the server.This will install as an OS Hotfix. .There are many great learning resources where you could do a bing online search to find countless introductory to advanced materials.If you have not enabled-psRemoting on the 2008 R2 box go ahead and do that while you are there.Remote Management was NOT enabled on the server so they were in big trouble.
Can you please clarify what you mean by "full length tutorial" for PowerShell?
PowerShell is included with Windows Server 2008 R2 but it has to be added to Windows Server 2003. .
Windows PowerShell Web site, windows PowerShell Online Help, windows PowerShell Blog.If they had PowerShell installed this monumental problem would have been nothing but an annoyance. .So, take a bit of advice and install PowerShell on all your servers, just in case you ever need the power of PowerShell on your server you will have it available. .When I ran it the first time, PowerShell was automatically added to my freqently chroma player for windows used programs but if you are not so lucky, you can manually create an icon for. .I simply clicked, start-Run typed in powershell enter and PowerShell launched. .Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB968930).TechNet/msdn Forum Moderator -.Microsoft.NET Framework.0 Service Pack.