LAPS - Unable to register CSE in PowerShell

Trying to implement the MS LAPS for local admin on my home domain. Worked through step-by-step fine until I got to:

register-admpwdwithgpo -gpoidentity: Name of GPO

Tried the name and GUID of the GPO but getting an error that the command is not recognised.

Any suggestions?
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Stuart OramIT Technical Lead (Project Sites)Asked:
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
The notes under UPDATE 2/1/2015 in https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/windowsapps/Solution-for-management-of-ae44e789 tell that the cmdlet has been removed as no longer needed.
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Stuart OramIT Technical Lead (Project Sites)Author Commented:
Thanks, up & running now. Before I close out the question, using the GPO to deploy the MSI works for a Win7 x64 client but not a Win10 x64 client. Any suggestions on a tweak to pick up Win10 clients?

Edit: 2008 R2 DC
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Sorry, no clue. It might be a good idea to ask a new question, adding the W10 Topic Area and Active Directory.
I assume you do not mean any of W10 Home editions - those won't work with GPOs, of course.
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Stuart OramIT Technical Lead (Project Sites)Author Commented:
Just thought it would be worth the ask, I agree it falls outside the scope of this question!
One of the many teething troubles with W10 no doubt, and yes it's the Pro version on the clients.
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