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PSEXEC in SAM Powershell Monitors

Overview

Using PSEXEC in SAM Powershell Monitors does not work as expected.

Environment

All SAM versions

Resolution

Psexec, a third party tool does not work with SAM. To execute scripts (or commands) remotely, switch the PowerShell monitor to work in Remote Host mode.

 

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