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Watch PowerShell 7 - Running AD Cmdlets

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Edward van Biljon
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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.
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by:Ivan Martinez Moran
hello i have error run powershell 7.0 help me please i not connect via azure cloud
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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.
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