Thanks for the response. My apologies if my descriptions were not correct. Again, I am a beginner trying to grow in my current role. With that said, to respond to your post - I have a user account that I log into my local machine. I also have an admin account that I use to log into our servers. 2 separate accounts. I am trying to run the script on my machine, access the server with my admin credentials and start/stop the services I want. I cannot add my local user to the remote server, that is not an option.
My other error where "I get nothing returned" was my error in my script which I have fixed and again, I apologize if I was not more descriptive.
I appreciate the suggestion of Win32::IntAuth and see if that could help. Thanks again!
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