This looks like the perfect solution for some problems my group is having, but I can't get Install-Module to install the TS module.
I couldn't use the .msi to install the module (it was having difficulty accessing my corporate 'home' dir), so I unzipped and copied the PSTerminalServices dir into the appropriate place.
Get-Modules -ListAvailable lists PSTerminalServices, but when I call Install-Module, I get this error:
Module .\PSTerminalServices.psm1 was not found in central repository
What am I doing wrong?
PS v4 on Win7.
Mar 4, 2014 at 7:32 AM
I'm not familiar with the Install-Module command, can you elaborate on it?
A few things I would check?
Unzip the archived module file into one of the supported modules folders. To get the list ,run the following command:
$env:PSModulePath -split ';'
For example, if you extract the zip file to your personal documents folder, the path to the module should look like:
I would also check that all module files are unblocked. In PowerShell and higher you can use the Unblock-File cmdlet to unblock them.
Get-ChildItem C:\Users\<userName>\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\PSTerminalServices -File -Recurse |