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Drives (continued) -----{C, A, D} {Function} {HKLM, HKCU} {Variable} {cert} {SQLSERVER}
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There we go! A SQLSERVER: drive has been added to my shell, powered by the SqlServer PSDrive provider. That means I could run cd sqlserver: to change to the SQL Server drive, and presumably start exploring databases and stuff.
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The second type of extension supported by PowerShell v2 (and not available in v1) is a module. Modules are designed to be a little more self-contained, and somewhat easier to distribute, but they work similarly to PSSnapins. You do need to know a bit more about them in order to find and use them. Modules don t require advanced registration. Instead, PowerShell will automatically look in a certain set of paths to find modules. The PSModulePath environment variable defines the paths where modules are expected to live:
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PS C:\> get-content env:psmodulepath C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules;C:\Windows \system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\
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As you can see, there are two default locations: one in the operating system folder, where system modules live, and one in the Documents folder, where any personal modules can be added. You can also add a module from any other location, provided you know its full path. There are a couple of ways to see what modules are available. One is to get a directory listing of those two paths. I ll just do the system path:
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PS C:\> dir C:\windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules Directory: C:\windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules Mode ---d---s d---d---s d---d---s d---d---d---d---d---LastWriteTime ------------11/21/2009 9:58 AM 7/13/2009 10:41 PM 7/13/2009 10:41 PM 7/13/2009 10:41 PM 7/13/2009 10:41 PM 11/21/2009 10:08 AM 7/13/2009 10:37 PM 7/13/2009 10:41 PM 7/13/2009 10:41 PM 11/21/2009 10:02 AM Length Name ----------ActiveDirectory ADRMS AppLocker BestPractices BitsTransfer GroupPolicy PSDiagnostics ServerManager TroubleshootingPack WebAdministration
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This doesn t help you locate any modules that might be installed in other locations, but hopefully if you install such a module, its documentation will help you figure out where it is. The preceding list shows the modules that come with Windows Server 2008 R2 or, at least, the modules installed on my server. Adding additional server roles or features may also add modules to support those roles and features, so it s worth checking this location any time you ve installed something new. Another way to get a list of available modules is to use Get-Module:
PS C:\> get-module -listavailable ModuleType ---------Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Manifest Name ---ActiveDirectory ADRMS AppLocker BestPractices BitsTransfer GroupPolicy PSDiagnostics ServerManager TroubleshootingPack WebAdministration ExportedCommands ---------------{} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {}
This list includes all modules installed in any path listed in the PSModulePath environment variable. These are the modules that the shell knows how to find. Any modules installed elsewhere won t be included in this list. There are two ways to add a module, depending on whether or not the module is installed in one of the predefined paths. If the module is installed in one of those predefined paths, you use Import-Module and the module s name. You can then run GetModule, with no parameters, to verify that the module loaded:
PS C:\> import-module activedirectory PS C:\> get-module ModuleType Name ---------- ---Manifest activedirectory ExportedCommands ---------------{Set-ADOrganizationalUnit, Ge...
If the module is located elsewhere, you would need to specify the complete path to the module, such as C:\MyPrograms\Something\MyModule, rather than just the module name. If you have a Start menu shortcut for a product-specific shell say, SharePoint Server and you don t know where that product installed its PowerShell module, open the properties for the Start menu shortcut. As I showed you earlier in this chapter, the Target property of the shortcut will contain the Import-Module command used to load the module, and that will show you the module name and path. Once a module is loaded, you can find out what commands it added by using GetCommand again:
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