PS C:> Get-Process -ComputerName FS1 successfully returns the list of running processes from that remote computer [FS1], yet other than the six default properties (VM, WS, CPU, Handles, ID, ProcessName) the remaining properties of every process are blank. I am logged into my workstation with a Domain Administrator account and had opened my PowerShell console with “Run as Administrator”.
If I walk over to FS1’s keyboard, open the PowerShell console, then type Get-Process, nearly all the properties have values.
Repeating those two steps on another remote computer, the same pattern occurs – all properties populated only if Get-Process is typed in a local console.
Enable-PSRemoting on the remote file server [FS1] does not cause the non-default process property fields to be populated.
PS C:> Get-WmiObject Win32_Process successfully returns the list of running processes from that remote computer [FS1], and nearly all the properties have values. Alas, some of the Get-Process properties I desire are not available through Get-WmiObject.
In summary, Get-Process does not return an “access error”, does return the complete list of running process, just no properties beyond the 6 default ones.