Getting Get-Aduser to show up as a known powershell command.

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Getting Get-Aduser to show up as a known powershell command.

Post by cgjackson@yahoo.com » Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:50 pm

I have loaded the Windows AD module. Is there a way for the AD commands to show up as powershell commands. You get unkown when you hover over Get-ADUser.

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Re: Getting Get-Aduser to show up as a known powershell command.

Post by DevinL » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:47 pm

We had a user recently report this to us and we have since fixed the issue. When the next service build (5.4.139) is released, please be sure to update and it should resolve your issue.
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