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what' am i doing wrong, why my powershell module  is not visible on Get-Module ?

Posted on 2014-12-22
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Hello experts,

i'm following a tutorial in order to create my first module.

the command "$env:PSModulePath" shows me where to drop the ".psm1" file.

I've created a module with only three functions on it.

the problem is that i can not see it in any list output with cmdlets for modules.


what command would show me modules that stand in "Program files/WindowsPowershell/Modules ?

is this possible ? if yes, how do we do to add a Version, moduleType... ?


Thank in advance for your help.
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Place the module in a folder with the same name as the module file.

For Test.psm1, The full path would be: C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\Test\Test.psm1

To import module..

import-module Test
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thank a lot, i did not see such info.
now i have the output with : Get-Module -ListAvailable.


how can i change the version ?  and others infos
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You could create a new module manifest with New-ModuleManifest.
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