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      Hi Everyone,

      I’m kind of new to this site, so this is my first question. If i’m doing something wrong, please let me know.

      About the question I got, recently we upgraded our management servers tot server 2016. Now I came to the conclusion that the Exchange Management Shell (Tools) from Exchange 2013 is not supported in Server 2016.

      Now I created a own script with the Enter-PsSession, but when I run this with Powershell (Right-Click > Run With or Open With) it starts the import, but closes after the script is done. What I want is when the import is done, I can enter commands.

      It works when I manually open it in Powershell ISE of when I first open Powershell and then open the script, but I want it to work when I press Right-Click etc.

      Does someone has an solution?

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      If you want to keep the Enter-PSSession open so you can use it, it needs to be running in an interactive console window.

      This means either opening a new console or potentially using Start-Process to create a console that stays open when right/double-clicking to open.
      Start-Process’s help examples will show you how IIRC.

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      Thank you for your reply. I don´t know if I fully understand it. I created a new PS file, put the Start-Process -path “…\ExchangeManagementScript.ps1” into it and when I run it, it start the script, but still closes after completing.

       

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