<

Watch PowerShell 7 - Running AD Cmdlets

Posted on
6,012 Points
12 Views
Last Modified:
Published
Experience Level: Intermediate
4:08
Edward van Biljon
Experienced Messaging Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.
In this video we take a look at running ActiveDirectory cmdlets using PowerShell built-in to Windows Server 2016 and then running the same command from PowerShell 7.

Video Steps

1. Launch PowerShell 7 from the Start menu

Click on the start button and then expand thePowerShell folder and launch PowerShell 7 elevated.

2. Import module

Import the ActiveDirectory Module by running the command: Import-Module ActiveDirectory

3. Run Command

Type in the commands you would normally use into the window.
0
2 Comments

Expert Comment

by:Ivan Martinez Moran
hello i have error run powershell 7.0 help me please i not connect via azure cloud
0
LVL 24

Author Comment

by:Edward van Biljon
Hello the new Powershell has limited function, you should be able to use normal powershell until version 7 is fully supported in Azure, Exchange etc.
0
Using Powershell to Extract .dtsx files, search them and then replace the required string.
In a recent question here at Experts Exchange about Windows 10 automation, a member asked for a solution "to download one by one automatically" 10 specific files from the Internet. This article presents an AutoHotkey script with the solution, enhanc…

Keep in touch with Experts Exchange

Tech news and trends delivered to your inbox every month