Using the Windows PowerShell commands Get-Service, Set-service, Start-Service, Stop-Service, and Get-WmiObject provides administrators with a way to update, stop, start and view a list of all running and stopped services on a Windows server based computer. This also provides a convenient way to administer Lync Server services located on a Windows server based computer, when access to the local Lync Server Management Shell is not possible. Here's a step by step on how to remotely administer the Lync Server services using Windows PowerShell commands.
Requirements to perform remote administration of Lync Server services:
A Windows computer that is configured to support the Lync Server Administrative Tools
The Windows computer that is used to remotely administer the Lync Server service must meet the following hardware and software system requirements that are discussed in the following Microsoft TechNet articles: