vRanger includes a way to remotely connect to the vRanger Service using Microsoft PowerShell.This allows an administrator to use PowerShell to create a client utility that can interact with vRanger from anywhere in the environment.
Configuring the vRanger Server
To get started, you must make a few quick configuration changes on the vRanger server.
Step 1: Edit the Config File
Step 2: Edit the Client File
Step 3: Restarting vRanger Services
Restart the vRanger services so that the changes may take effect.
The easiest method is to simply restart the machine hosting vRanger. If that is not possible, ensure that you restart each of the three vRanger services:
Configuring the Remote Machine
You may now copy the entire vRanger PowerShell directory (C:\Program Files\Quest Software\vRanger\PowerShell) and move it to any system that has Windows PowerShell (Version 1 or Version 2) installed.
Once you have the directory copied over, simply open up a standard Windows PowerShell prompt and navigate to the vRanger PowerShell directory. Type the following command to launch the vRanger console for the first time:
This command will register the proper components and allow PowerShell to interact remotely with your vRanger server to create a client-server architecture using the vRanger Cmdlets.