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The Windows PowerShell snap-in 'Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2013' is not installed on this machine

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I've got a new installation of Exchange 2013 that is in production.  I'm writing a C# application to perform some basic tasks, but every time it runs, I get the error:

The Windows PowerShell snap-in 'Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2013' is not installed on this machine

I've done some research online, and a few forums suggest that this module should have been added during the installation of Exchange Tools.  I did not perform the installation myself, but in any case, it's not there.  Does anyone know where to find this module, and how to install it?  

note: the C# app works in previous versions of Exchange.  The only part that has changed is the snap-in.  From "Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Admin" to "Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2013"
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Is Exchange 2013 management tools installed on the server?

If yes run Get-PSSnapin and see if you are able to view the Snapin for exchange 2013
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This is what is returned by that command.

Name        : Microsoft.PowerShell.Core
PSVersion   : 3.0
Description : This Windows PowerShell snap-in contains cmdlets used to manage components of Windows PowerShell.
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What is the result of Get-PSSnapin -Registered
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Name        : EnginePSSnapin
PSVersion   : 2.0
Description : Register cmdlets for Content Engine

Name        : HostControllerPSSnapIn
PSVersion   : 2.0
Description : Register cmdlets for Host Controller

Name        : InteractionEnginePSSnapIn
PSVersion   : 2.0
Description : Register cmdlets for InteractionEngine

Name        : JunoPSSnapin
PSVersion   : 2.0
Description : Register cmdlets for Juno

Name        : Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010
PSVersion   : 1.0
Description : Admin Tasks for the Exchange Server

Name        : Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Setup
PSVersion   : 1.0
Description : Setup Tasks for the Exchange Server

Name        : Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.SnapIn
PSVersion   : 1.0
Description : Admin Tasks for the Exchange Server

Name        : Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.Support
PSVersion   : 1.0
Description : Support Tasks for the Exchange Server

Name        : Microsoft.Forefront.Filtering.Management.PowerShell
PSVersion   : 2.0
Description : Microsoft Forefront Filtering PowerShell Interface

Name        : SearchCorePSSnapIn
PSVersion   : 2.0
Description : Register cmdlets for SearchCore


The one that jumps out is Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010, but if I try to use that one it throws a different error.  Something about a newer runtime being loaded.
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Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010 is a the SnapIn foe Exchange 2010. Are you checking on the server where Exch 2013 installed?

If yes.. I don't see any SnapIn for Ex 2013, probably the management tools are not installed properly.. Did you check it?
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