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Active Roles managment shell and powercli copy from results

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Hi Guys,

I am using the Active Roles management shell and I can't copy from the results, e.g I did a get-qadgroup and I need to copy one of the groups that it found to note pad and it wont let me do that.

Also from the powecli console I get the same problem.

Also is there a way I can import the active roles module in a normal powershell session, i can do the powercli but i don't know how to do the active roles, that way i could import it into powershell ISI and make script

Thank you very much,
Kay
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