Would you like to learn how to use Powershell to perform a network test using ICMP Ping? In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to use Powershell to Ping a remote computer using the command line.

• Windows 2012 R2
• Windows 2016
• Windows 2019
• Windows 10
• Windows 11

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Tutorial Powershell - ICMP PING

Start a Powershell command-line.

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Ping a computer using Powershell.

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Here is the command output.

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Ping multiple devices using Powershell.

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Here is the command output.

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Perform a quiet Ping.

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Ping to a list of IPs inside a text file.

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Ping as a background job.

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Check the status of the background job.

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Get the result of the background job.

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Congratulations! You are able to perform Ping using Powershell.