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Windows PowerShell Software Development Kit (SDK) is now available as part of Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows Vista. Microsoft Windows SDK can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=C2B1E300-F358-4523-B479-F53D234CDCCF&displaylang=en
Windows PowerShell SDK contains:
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Hemant Mahawar [MSFT]Program ManagerWindows PowerShell
After installing Powershell,i don't see any C# assemblies in the specified folder.Is there any thing more i have to do to get the Assemblies?
I found this:
When you use Powershell and look at the audit logs how do you know who made changes using this application? Is there a certain reference number or something?
I got the logs and see who and what made the changes.
where is the Windows PowerShell SDK for windowxp?
I can not find the assembly System.Management.Automation.dll, im on a Window 7 Ultimate machine, Visual Studio 2008. I initally installed the Windows 7 SDK [all Developer Tools elements are ticked] and then attempted to use the standalone PowerShell SDK_Samples installer. I get all the samples but there is still no sign of the assembly? I asked WIndows to search the whole of C:\ what have I done wrong. I know that the WIndows SDK is installed fine as I can develop (in another project against WWSAPI which is part of the Windows SDK).
PowerShell assemblies are under c:\Program Files\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0
Thanks for your reply stating that the assemblies are in the V1.0 directory. However (and I forgot to state this in my comment) with Windows V7, you get PowerShell V2 and I am looking for the reference libraries that match V2 of PowerShell.