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September 12, 2018 at 2:11 pm #111656
Hello all ^^
I'would like to do a script with ScheduleTask cmdlet on a server who do not have the cmdlet, so i would to Import the module , but i don't know how....
It is easy to do if the server have the Net but if not, i really don't know how to download a module, i don't find any site, even Microsoft.
If you know, pls help 😉
Thx for replay 😉
September 12, 2018 at 2:29 pm #111667KeymasterPoints: 1,704Rank: Community Hero
If the module is available in PowerShell Gallery, you could use Install-Module on a connected computer, and simply file copy the module to the non-connected computer.
If the module is not available on PowerShell Gallery, then you would need to manually install the module. For example, the RSAT can be used to install many Windows Server modules on a client computer.
If you were more specific about the module you're writing about, it would be easier to provide a more specific answer.
September 12, 2018 at 7:01 pm #111682ParticipantPoints: 318Rank: Contributor
To see all modules from the MS powershell gallery
Find-Module -Name * (Find-Module -Name *).Count # Results 3222 # Use a GUI to select to save and install one or more modules. Find-Module -Name * | Out-GridView -Title 'Select a module to download and install. Use Shift + Right Click to choose one or more' -PassThru | Save-Module -Path "$env:USERPROFILE\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules" -Verbose
To save a module to your local system
Save-Module -Name SomeModuleName -Path $env:USERPROFILE\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules
Once you save the module, you can just copy that entire module folder to any other computer you want.
To install a module
Install-Module -Name SomeModuleName
Outside of module to leverage, there is a second feature to PowerShell package management via this.
Find-Package -Name * (Find-Package -Name *).Count # Results 3206
PowerShell Module and Package Managment is built into Win10 and higher, otherwise you need to download it, and you must be on PwoerShell 3-4+ to use it.
Introducing PackageManagement in Windows 10
PackageManagement PowerShell Modules Preview – March 2016
Supported Operating System
Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2
• Windows Server 2012 R2
• Windows 8.1 Pro
• Windows 8.1 Enterprise
• Windows Server 2012
• Windows 7 SP1
• Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
This topic displays help topics for the Package Management Cmdlets.
PackageManagement is an aggregator for software package managers.
Powershell: Your first internal PSScript repository
September 13, 2018 at 7:01 am #111700
Hello you ^^,
Oh i don't know the RSAT have some modules, thx Jones 😉
Wouaw what an amazing replay so nice Postanote 😉
Thx i will try that and come back to you .
September 13, 2018 at 12:27 pm #111715ParticipantPoints: 289Rank: Contributor
One further thing bears mention.
You can download a module without installing it locally using Save-Module, should you need to save it to a network share or some such and want to copy from there to install it on subsequent machines.
September 26, 2018 at 7:09 am #112694
Wouaw thx so much for your replay 😉
I could'nt replay to you before i was in Hollande and without any device with internet.
Yesterday, i success to download some modules but i haven't any server who have internet.
And my computer at works doesn't have the Save-Module cmdlet.
I will try later with the way of Postanote 😉
Thx all 😉
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