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So I got this question at one of my recent events and I haven’t gotten a chance to do the research on it, but low and behold, someone that I follow on Twitter tweeted about this exact topic. Typically I would research the issue and provide a step-by-step solution, but it appears that our friends at Windows IT Pro Magazine have already done that. Why re-invent the wheel when a perfectly good one has already been created. Here you go: http://www.windowsitpro.com/article/powershell-faqs/Q-How-can-I-run-a-PowerShell-cmdlet-against-a-remote-computer.aspx?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+windowsitpro+%28WIN%3EArticles%3ETop+Stories%29
Twitter is such a fantastic source of information, I strongly recommend you check it out and feel free to follow me at @bobhms.