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Setting up PowerShell Remoting using winrm quickconfig or Enable-PSRemoting fails

 

PowerShell Remoting configuration will fail because the system is connected to a public network. The advice is to change the network from public to private, unfortunately this is not always possible because of WiFi connections.

 

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Resolution

Enable-PSRemoting -SkipNetworkProfileCheck -Force

 

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