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Internal Windows PowerShell error.

Posted on 2010-09-06
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10

I encountered a few problems on our exchange server.

1: Management Console wont open.. give's an error.

2: PowerShell wont open.. gives an error as well.. anyway has a solution/fix for this?

Internal Windows PowerShell error.  
Loading managed Windows PowerShell failed with error 80131247

Best Regards,
Question by:techzonebe
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Mkris9 earned 750 total points
ID: 33612336
Had the same issue, re-installing power shell fixed mine.

1. re-install powershell using add/remove programs, show updates and i think its kb926139 and 40.
2. install it again but might fail with PSCustomSetupUtil.exe - Application Error
3. change the Trust level for the "My Computer" zone to "Full Trust"

should be fine

Assisted Solution

vickzz earned 750 total points
ID: 33612354

Author Comment

ID: 33612381
Thank you for the replies.

It is a Windows Server 2008 64-bit. Powershell is installed as a feature on that OS. I already removed the feature, rebooted the server and installed the feature again. No luck.

I will try if something from the article vickzz sent me works.


Author Comment

ID: 33612832
Fixed the problem by removing KB968930 Windows Management Framework Core Package and rebooting the server.

Thanks for your help!

Author Closing Comment

ID: 33612847
The comments helped me to find the solution. Thanks.

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