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    Wanted to ask question in regards to Powershell Background Jobs. Specifically if it is possible to initiate a background job within one remote session (say for example on a server). And then access that same job by logging onto that server (either through get-job or some other method).
    The idea is that one process will create jobs to copy large files to an archive area. Those jobs will remain running on the remote server, and can (hopefully) be monitored remotely on another server. Is something like this possible, or when using start-job does that depend on the parent session that initiated the request?

    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

    References https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/scriptcenter/en-US/6c79387f-09b6-478b-b1b1-ab51b3867866/powershell-background-jobs?forum=ITCG

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