To check if WinRM (Windows Remote Management) is enabled in a Windows Server, you can use the following commands:
Test-NetConnection -ComputerName XX -Port 5986
This command tests the connection to port 5986, which is the default port used by WinRM over HTTPS.
Test-NetConnection -ComputerName XX -Port 5985
This command tests the connection to port 5985, which is the default port used by WinRM over HTTP.
If the above commands return successful results, it means that WinRM is enabled and running on the specified server.
Additionally, you can also use the following command to check if WinRM is configured properly on a remote server:
Test-WSMan -ComputerName XX
This command tests the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service on a remote server and returns the current configuration status of WinRM.