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I am getting the following error when running GPO import script, please help

I am getting the following error when running GPO import script, please help
Script error:

PS C:\scripts> .\Import_GPOs.ps1 -Domain test.labcom -BackupFolder "C:\GPOBackup\12.15.2014" -MigTable -SomInfo -W
MiFilter
Cannot process the "#requires" statement at line 94 because it is not in the correct format.
The "#requires" statement must be in one of the following formats:
"#requires -shellid <shellID>"
"#requires -version <major.minor>"
"#requires -pssnapin <psSnapInName> [-version <major.minor>]"
At line:1 char:18
+ .\Import_GPOs.ps1 <<<<  -Domain lab.test.com -BackupFolder "C:\GPOBackup\12.15.2014" -MigTable -SomInfo -WMiFilt
er
    + CategoryInfo          : ObjectNotFound: (:String) [], CommandNotFoundException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException
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creative555
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VB ITSSpecialist ConsultantCommented:
You need to import the Active Directory and Group Policy modules in PowerShell first.

Before you run the .PS1 script, type in Import-Module ActiveDirectory and then Import-Module GroupPolicy then run the script. It should look something like this:

Import-Module ActiveDirectory
Import-Module GroupPolicy
.\Import_GPOs.ps1 -Domain test.labcom -BackupFolder "C:\GPOBackup\12.15.2014" -MigTable -SomInfo -WMiFilter

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Michael Ian ClaridgeActing Service Delivery ManagerCommented:
Hello,

It reads as though nothing in the #Requires statements have been defined, if you don't need this you can remove the statements and import the AD and GPO modules on the same line.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh847765.aspx

Import-Module ActiveDirectory,GroupPolicy

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I hope this helps

Regards

Michael Ian Claridge
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