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The term 'Connect-EXOPSSession' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet in Powershell Script

The term 'Connect-EXOPSSession' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet is being produced when I run a powershell script that just tried to connect to Exhange Online.
How can I correct this?

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That isn't the normal cmdlet used to connect to Exchange Online.  Use "Connect-ExchangeOnline", assuming you have the Exchange Online Module v2 installed.
Fix1 :
Change those lines for:

Run these two lines before running the script:

Set-executionPolicy RemoteSigned
Install-Module ExchangeOnlineManagement -Allowclobber -force

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Change that line Connect-EXOPSSession for:

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Fix2: Download and install the EXOPS module
Execute this link from Internet Explorer: HERE
This was taken from Office 365/login /Admin/show all/Exchange Admin Center/Hybrid / and select Powershell (2nd option) :)

And run again the ps


Footech that's a normal PS Module (if you're running on hybrid mode) the regular is the one you mention but the other already exists too and it's normal in hybrids. 
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