Hello! I’ve recently brought up a new machine to host a blackberry 10 server (which now uses powershell for some administration!) and have come across a remoting issue when it comes to simply entering a PS Session from Server A to the Exchange server.
The Scenario: All servers are within the same domain, running server 2008 R2 SP1, with Windows Firewall disabled and no Anti-Virus running. Server A is hosting the BES product, Server B is another host with some exchange tools and the Exchange server is the last.
Enter-PSSession -ComputerName <ExchangeCA> -Credential <Domain><Domain Admin Account>
We are able to enter a session from Server B to Exchange, vice versa and from Server B to Server A. But when trying to start a session from Server A to either B or the Exchange CA, we are given a 403 HTTP response from the Win RM Client.
It seemed to be a destination configuration issue at first so I had tried the following:
- run ‘Enable-PSRemoting’ from an admin shell on the destination
- added the domain admin account to the local Administrators group
- added that account to Full Control user using: “Set-PSSessionConfiguration -Path Microsoft.Powershell”
- Checked that ‘Use SSL’ in the Powershell IIS panel was cleared
- Verified the admin account could authenticate and launch a powershell terminal on the destination locally
But since remoting works to the destination from all other hosts tested it must be a source configuration problem, anyone have an idea what it could be that would keep kicking back a 403? Any help is greatly appreciated =) Thanks!