The ConnectionOptions object is passed to the CreateSession method to provide the user name and password associated with the local account on the remote computer. If no parameters are supplied, then the credentials of the account running the script are set to the default values.
The ConnectionOptions object has these types of members:
The ConnectionOptions object has these properties.
||Sets the password of a local or domain account on the remote computer.
||Sets and gets the user name of a local or domain account on the remote computer.
The ConnectionOptions object corresponds to the IWSManConnectionOptions interface.
If a Windows Remote Management client application is running under impersonation, then a failure occurs if you set the Password property. A client application is a script or other program that sends a request to WinRM on the local or a remote computer. The client application may be running under impersonation because it called a function like ImpersonateClient. An Active Server Page (ASP) or service cannot request a user name and password if the ASP process runs under an account that impersonates a client.
The following VBScript code example shows how to create a ConnectionOptions object, set the properties for the account on the remote computer, and use it in creating a Session object.
Set objWsman = CreateObject( "Wsman.Automation" ) 'Create ConnectionOptions object. Set objConnectionOptions = objWsman.CreateConnectionOptions objConnectionOptions.UserName = "johns " objConnectionOptions.Password = "Dtf#4542?98" iFlags = objWsman.SessionFlagUseBasic Or _ objWsman.SessionFlagCredUserNamePassword Set objSession = objWsman.CreateSession _ ("https://172.30.168.2", iFlags, objConnectionOptions) strResource = objSession.Get("winrm/config")
|Minimum supported client
|Minimum supported server
||Windows Server 2008