The Get- Job command is a very useful Windows Tool. I will explain you how to get job from a remote computer, or using a Print Screen command. This will help you to get job from the remote computer, if the computer is not responding properly.
To get job from remote computer the Get- Job cmdlet gets objects which represent the start up jobs in the current session. You can use Get-job to search for start up jobs which were previously started in this session, or you can use the Asjob parameter of some otherCmdlet to get already started jobs in this session. The problem occurs when the remote computer is not responding properly, and so you cannot get the information you want. You will have to restart the system, or at least check for errors which are related to the Get- Job command.
The Get- Job command can be used to search for any workstation. It searches the desktop for the specified parameters, and then displays the results. These parameters can include parameters such as the name of the Winamp shortcut, or the shortcuts of all child jobs in your computer (if your computer has more than one). If you want to search for a particular workstation only, the parameter Forinary contains the shortcuts of child windows of Winamp, and so on.
The following command shows how to use get-job to search for the Winamp shortcut in the Windows Explorer, and search for any other Winamp shortcuts on the local computer. In this example shows how to use get-job to search for all Winamp shortcuts, in the Windows Explorer, even if the desktop is set to the default group in Winamp. This will group all local shortcuts of Winamp to the same group, so that the results of the get-job command become applicable only to this group. Then the second command shows how to use the first command to select all group members of the Winamp shortcut, and specify a specific group in the first command. The third command also shows how to use the second command to specify a specific group in the second command.
The next thing to show is the usage of the parameters. The parameters can be used in conjunction with the name parameter to search for one particular instance of the Winamp tool, or for all instances of the program. The first command uses the word WINAMP to specify the instance ID of the Winamp program. When you use the keywords – instanceid in conjunction with the name parameter, the get-job dialog box shows the dialog box with the fields that indicate the instance ID and the names of the Winamp shortcuts that are associated with this instance. The second and third commands use the word JOB to specify the job or application group where the Winamp shortcuts associated with this instance ID belong.
This concludes our discussion of the get job dialog. We saw that the first command gets the application started, the second command gets the Winamp program loaded. The third command gets the Winamp group or instance ID specified by the instance ID. The last command gets the name of the Winamp shortcut or embedded Winamp library that is associated with the specified job or application.