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Install Powershell GroupPolicy module on Server Core 2008R2

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Is it possible to install the Powershell GroupPolicy module on Server Core 2008R2?  

I was able to install the ActiveDirectory module, but it does not contain the cmdlets I need for group policy manipulation.

Everything I've seen indicates you must be running a GUI based OS to install it (ie. Windows Server 2008R2 Full or Windows 7).
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by:Felix Leven
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Import-Module GroupPolicy wont work?
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Not on server core
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Felix Leven earned 500 total points
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not possible, sry. only with rsat tools on win7 client for example.
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Unfortunate.  Thanks for your time.
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