PowerShell - 'Remove-ADGroupMember' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet

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Dear Experts,

Basically I am searching how to remove a user from a group using only PowerShell.

For that the Remove-ADGroupMember should be used theoretically, but the issue that our PowerShell gives the below error message for it:

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Apparently that needs some additional installation, but being not in that position no chance for that, could you please advice what alternatives are or how to make this command enable

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Commented:
Are you trying to run the command from Domain controller? You need to have windows 2008 R2 or above domain controller to have PowerShell active directory module. If yes.. then type following command prior to Remove-ADGroupMember command.

Import-Module Activedirectory

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For Remove-ADGroupMember Syntax..
Ref : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee617242.aspx
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Commented:
If you can't use the AD module, you can use the Quest AD cmdlets on any server/client.
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Thanks very much that is perfect, I learnt something very basic from you

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