Use The Right Version of PowerShell.

Use The Right Version of PowerShell.

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A number of recent problems that users have reported can be tracked down to using incorrect versions of PowerShell.  Tobias Weltner (of PowerShell Plus fame) blogged the details of issue and want you need to do to ensure you are running the right copies.  The blog title is Are you using the correct PowerShell version?  You should definitely check this out.

Experiment!  Enjoy!  Engage!

Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]
Distinguished Engineer
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  • Typo in the text above. In the 2nd line it says: "the details of issue and want you need to" whereas it should say: "the details of issue and what you need to"

    Thomas (typos 'r us) Lee

  • Hello,

    I've a simple question that I hope you can help me with.

    We want to use html for our help system, and we want to embed links in the help to launch processes directly from the help screen (e.g. "Install this tool"). Rather than use ActiveX controls we'd rather use something more modern, such as Powershell cmdlets to launch the app.

    So the question is, is it possible to use powershell commands from within html running inside a browser? Is there a blog or tutorial that I can use to help me get started with this?

    Thanks so much

  • @David,

    You should find a more appropriate place to post your question like http://www.poshcomm.org.

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  • Hello,

    I've a simple question that I hope you can help me with. :D

    Can I activate Windows 7 OEM using Windows Powershell?

    Regards

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