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If you use a wildcard pattern that matches more than one module name,
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the first matched module is loaded, and the remaining matches are discarded. This can lead to inconsistent and unpredictable results. No error message is displayed when more than one module matches a wildcard pattern.
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If you want to load all the modules that are available on your system, you can use the Get-Module cmdlet with the ListAvailable parameter and pipeline the resulting PSModuleInfo objects to the Import-Module cmdlet as seen here .
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If you have a module that uses a verb that is not on the allowed verb list, a warning message displays when you import the module . The functions in the module still work, and the module will work, but the warning is displayed to remind you to check the authorized verb list, as seen here .
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PS C:\> Get-Module -ListAvailable | Import-Module WARNING: Some imported command names include unapproved verbs which might make them less discoverable. PS C:\> Use the Verbose parameter for more detail or type Get-Verb to see the list of approved verbs.
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To obtain more information about which unapproved verbs are being used, you use the verbose parameter of Import-Module . This command is seen here .
PS C:\> Get-Module -ListAvailable | Import-Module Verbose
The results of the Import-Module verbose command are seen in Figure 13-42 .
FIgURE 13-42 The verbose parameter of Import-Module displays information about each
function, as well as illegal verb names .
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One of the features of modules is that they can be installed without elevated rights . Because each user has a Modules folder in the %UserProfile% directory that he or she has the right to use, the installation of a module does not require administrator rights . An additional fea-
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ture of modules is that they do not require a specialized installer . The files associated with a module can be copied by using the XCopy utility, or they can be copied by using Windows PowerShell cmdlets .
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The user s Modules folder does not exist by default . To avoid confusion, you may decide to create the Modules directory in the user s profile prior to deploying modules, or you may simply create a module installer script that checks for the existence of the user s Modules folder, creates the folder if it does not exist, and then copies the modules . One thing to remember when directly accessing the user s Modules directory is that it is in a different location depending on the version of the operating system . On Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, the user s Modules folder is in the My Documents folder, whereas on Windows Vista and later versions, the user s Modules folder is in the Documents folder . In the CopyModules .ps1 script, you solve the problem of different Modules folder locations by using a function, Get-OperatingSystemVersion, that retrieves the major version number of the operating system . The Get-OperatingSystemVersion function is seen here .
Function Get-OperatingSystemVersion { (Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem).Version } #end Get-OperatingSystemVersion
The major version number of the operating system is used in the Test-ModulePath function . If the major version number of the operating system is greater than or equal to 6, it means the operating system is at least Windows Vista and will therefore use the Documents folder in the path to the modules . If the major version number of the operating system is less than 6, the script will use the My Documents folder for the module location . After you have determined the version of the operating system and have ascertained the path to the module location, it is time to determine whether the Modules folder exists . The best tool to use for checking the existence of folders is the Test-Path cmdlet . The Test-Path cmdlet returns a Boolean value . As you are only interested in the absence of the folder, you can use the not operator, as shown here in the completed Test-ModulePath function .
Function Test-ModulePath { $VistaPath = "$env:userProfile\documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules" $XPPath = { if(-not(Test-Path -path $VistaPath)) { New-Item -Path $VistaPath -itemtype directory | Out-Null } #end if } #end if Else "$env:Userprofile\my documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules" if ([int](Get-OperatingSystemVersion).substring(0,1) -ge 6)
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