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A PS5 console or PS4 console is required for Remote Play.

With Remote Play, you can control your PlayStation® console remotely wherever you have a high-speed internet connection.
Using the [PS Remote Play] app, you can control your PlayStation®5 console or PlayStation®4 console from a device in a different location.
For example, you can use a computer in another room or a smartphone* when you’re out to enjoy PS5™ and PS4™ games.

  • Conveniently navigate entertainment. on your PlayStation®5 console with an intuitive layout featuring media controls. Simplify your set-up with the ability to power on your PS5™ console directly and adjust the volume and power settings of compatible TVs.
  • From the launch screen of PS Remote Play on your device, go to Settings and then select Video Quality for Remote Play. Set Resolution to Standard or Low, and Frame Rate to Standard. Blank screen on PC when setting up PS Remote Play? You may need to install the latest graphics driver.
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If you want your remote session to be interactive, then one-to-one remoting is what you want. This type of remoting is provided via the Enter-PSSession cmdlet. In the last chapter, I stored my domain admin credentials in a variable named $Cred. If you haven't already done so, go ahead and store your domain admin credentials in the $Cred variable.

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You can’t use Remote Play on your mobile device’s cellular data network. A high-speed Wi-Fi® network is required.

The following are the different combinations of compatible devices and PlayStation consoles for using Remote Play. For instructions on downloading the app and getting started with Remote Play, go to one of the links below.

Control your PS5 console

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Control your PS4 console

  • Control your PS4 console from your PS Vita system*
  • Control your PS4 console from your PS TV system*
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With the [PS4 Link] app, you can remotely control your PS4 console with a PlayStation®Vita system or PlayStation®TV system.
Find out more about how to set up and use Remote Play on your systems in the PS Vita User’s Guide or the PS TV User’s Guide.

Depending on the content or how it’s used, Remote Play may not be available. For details, see “Restrictions”.

[PS Remote Play] Update Information

Windows PC version 4.1:

Stability during use of some features has been improved.

Mac version 4.1:

Stability during use of some features has been improved.

Mobile version:

Visit Google Play™ or the App Store for update information.

Restrictions

  • Some games do not support Remote Play.
    Games that require peripherals such as PlayStation®VR or PlayStation®Camera aren’t compatible with Remote Play.
  • You can’t use Remote Play on your PS5 console or PS4 console in the following situations:

    • When you’re using Share Screen or Share Play, or broadcasting your gameplay
    • When users are using Remote Play, Share Play, or Share Screen, or broadcasting their gameplay
    • When you’re playing a Blu-ray Disc™ or DVD
    • When you’re using PS VR in VR mode
  • The following restrictions apply when using Remote Play:

    • You can’t use Share Screen or Share Play, or broadcast your gameplay.
    • You can’t play a Blu-ray Disc™ or DVD.
    • You can’t play music with Spotify®.
    • Some or all video content might not be displayed on your device depending on the game or video service.
  • For details on audio input and output during Remote Play, visit our support website.
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Configures the computer to receive remote commands.

Syntax

Description

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The Enable-PSRemoting cmdlet configures the computer to receive PowerShell remote commands thatare sent by using the WS-Management technology. WS-Management based PowerShell remoting is currentlysupported only on Windows platform.

PowerShell remoting is enabled by default on Windows Server platforms. You can useEnable-PSRemoting to enable PowerShell remoting on other supported versions of Windows and tore-enable remoting if it becomes disabled.

You have to run this command only one time on each computer that will receive commands. You do nothave to run it on computers that only send commands. Because the configuration starts listeners toaccept remote connections, it is prudent to run it only where it is needed.

Enabling PowerShell remoting on client versions of Windows when the computer is on a public networkis normally disallowed, but you can skip this restriction by using the SkipNetworkProfileCheckparameter. For more information, see the description of the SkipNetworkProfileCheck parameter.

Multiple PowerShell installations can exist side-by-side on a single computer. RunningEnable-PSRemoting will configure a remoting endpoint for the specific installation version thatyou are running the cmdlet in. So if you run Enable-PSRemoting while running PowerShell 6.2, aremoting endpoint will be configured that runs PowerShell 6.2. If you run Enable-PSRemoting whilerunning PowerShell 7-preview, a remoting endpoint will be configured that runs PowerShell 7-preview.

Enable-PSRemoting creates two remoting endpoint configurations as needed. If the endpointconfigurations already exist, then they are simply ensured to be enabled. The created configurationsare identical but have different names. One will have a simple name corresponding to the PowerShellversion that hosts the session. The other configuration name contains more detailed informationabout the PowerShell version which hosts the session. For example, when running Enable-PSRemotingin PowerShell 6.2, you will get two configured endpoints named PowerShell.6, PowerShell.6.2.2.This allows you to create a connection to the latest PowerShell 6 host version by using the simplename PowerShell.6. Or you can connect to a specific PowerShell host version by using the longername PowerShell.6.2.2.

To use the newly enabled remoting endpoints, you must specify them by name with theConfigurationName parameter when creating a remote connection using theInvoke-Command,New-PSSession,Enter-PSSession cmdlets. For more information, see Example 4.

The Enable-PSRemoting cmdlet performs the following operations:

  • Runs the Set-WSManQuickConfig cmdlet,which performs the following tasks:
    • Starts the WinRM service.
    • Sets the startup type on the WinRM service to Automatic.
    • Creates a listener to accept requests on any IP address.
    • Enables a firewall exception for WS-Management communications.
    • Creates the simple and long name session endpoint configurations if needed.
    • Enables all session configurations.
    • Changes the security descriptor of all session configurations to allow remote access.
  • Restarts the WinRM service to make the preceding changes effective.

To run this cmdlet on the Windows platform, start PowerShell by using the Run as administratoroption. This cmdlet is not available on Linux or MacOS versions of PowerShell.

Caution

This cmdlet does not affect remote endpoint configurations created by Windows PowerShell.It only affects endpoints created with PowerShell version 6 and greater. To enable anddisable PowerShell remoting endpoints that are hosted by Windows PowerShell, run theEnable-PSRemoting cmdlet from within a Windows PowerShell session.

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Examples

Example 1: Configure a computer to receive remote commands

This command configures the computer to receive remote commands.

Example 2: Configure a computer to receive remote commands without a confirmation prompt

This command configures the computer to receive remote commands.The Force parameter suppresses the user prompts.

Example 3: Allow remote access on clients

This example shows how to allow remote access from public networks on client versions of the Windowsoperating system. The name of the firewall rule can be different for different versions of Windows.Use Get-NetFirewallRule to see a list of rules. Before enabling the firewall rule, view thesecurity settings in the rule to verify that the configuration is appropriate for your environment.

By default, Enable-PSRemoting creates network rules that allow remote access from private anddomain networks. The command uses the SkipNetworkProfileCheck parameter to allow remote accessfrom public networks in the same local subnet. The command specifies the Force parameter tosuppress confirmation messages.

The SkipNetworkProfileCheck parameter does not affect server versions of the Windows operatingsystem, which allow remote access from public networks in the same local subnet by default.

The Set-NetFirewallRule cmdlet in the NetSecurity module adds a firewall rule that allowsremote access from public networks from any remote location. This includes locations in differentsubnets.

Example 4: Create a remote session to the newly enabled endpoint configuration

This example shows how to enable PowerShell remoting on a computer, find the configured endpointnames, and create a remote session to one of the endpoints.

The first command enables PowerShell remoting on the computer.

The second command lists the endpoint configurations.

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The third command creates a remote PowerShell session to the same machine, specifying thePowerShell.6 endpoint by name. The remote session will be hosted with the latest PowerShell 6version (6.2.2).

The last command accesses the $PSVersionTable variable in the remote session to display thePowerShell version that is hosting the session.

Note

The name of the firewall rule can be different depending on the version of Windows. Use theGet-NetFirewallRule cmdlet to list the names of the rules on your system.

Parameters

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Prompts you for confirmation before running the cmdlet.

Type:SwitchParameter
Aliases:cf
Position:Named
Default value:False
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False

Forces the command to run without asking for user confirmation.

Type:SwitchParameter
Position:Named
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False

Indicates that this cmdlet enables remoting on client versions of the Windows operating system whenthe computer is on a public network. This parameter enables a firewall rule for public networks thatallows remote access only from computers in the same local subnet.

This parameter does not affect server versions of the Windows operating system, which, by default,have a local subnet firewall rule for public networks. If the local subnet firewall rule is disabledon a server version, Enable-PSRemoting re-enables it, regardless of the value of this parameter.

To remove the local subnet restriction and enable remote access from all locations on publicnetworks, use the Set-NetFirewallRule cmdlet in the NetSecurity module.

This parameter was introduced in PowerShell 3.0.

Type:SwitchParameter
Position:Named
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False

Shows what would happen if the cmdlet runs.The cmdlet is not run.

Type:SwitchParameter
Aliases:wi
Position:Named
Default value:False
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False

Inputs

None

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You cannot pipe input to this cmdlet.

Outputs

This cmdlet returns strings that describe its results.

Notes

This cmdlet is only available on Windows platforms.

On server versions of the Windows operating system, Enable-PSRemoting creates firewall rules forprivate and domain networks that allow remote access, and creates a firewall rule for publicnetworks that allows remote access only from computers in the same local subnet.

On client versions of the Windows operating system, Enable-PSRemoting creates firewall rules forprivate and domain networks that allow unrestricted remote access. To create a firewall rule forpublic networks that allows remote access from the same local subnet, use theSkipNetworkProfileCheck parameter.

On client or server versions of the Windows operating system, to create a firewall rule for publicnetworks that removes the local subnet restriction and allows remote access , use theSet-NetFirewallRule cmdlet in the NetSecurity module to run the following command:Set-NetFirewallRule -Name 'WINRM-HTTP-In-TCP-PUBLIC' -RemoteAddress Any

Enable-PSRemoting enables all session configurations by setting the value of the Enabledproperty of all session configurations to $True.

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Enable-PSRemoting removes the Deny_All and Network_Deny_All settings. This provides remoteaccess to session configurations that were reserved for local use.

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