NPS Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell on Windows 8.1

I do not have these nor do i see how i can install them.

Is their a windows feature i can enable or someway i can get these cmdlets.

I rely need to pull radius reports from a group of radius servers.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj872739.aspx


Thanks.
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Steve WhitcherSystems AdministratorCommented:
Do you have the Remote Server Administration Tools installed on your computer?  Many server management modules are installed as part of RSAT.

Hmm... I just threw RSAT on an 8.1 machine to test, and it still doesn't look like the NPS module is there.
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Steve WhitcherSystems AdministratorCommented:
I was just able to confirm that a Server 2012R2 server with the NPS role installed on it.  It's also available to install on a 2012R2 server, through "Add Roles and Features", under Features, Remote Server Administration Tools, Role Administration Tools, Network Policy and Access Services tools.   Unfortunately, as far as I can see, it is NOT available to install under Windows 8.1 with RSAT.  

It looks like you'll need to run these commands on a server, or import the module from a server to your workstation.
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SLPowersEngineerAuthor Commented:
Well I would agree with you but the article i linked in my question does say applies to 8.1

There must be a way to install it.
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