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Post by gzygadlo@msn.com »

Does the current version of Primal Script/Powershell Studio 2012 support powershell 3.0?

I was trying the command get-nettcpconnection and that command does not seem to be available, but if I run it from a command prompt that command is available.

Not sure if I need to load some type of module into Powershell studio.

thanks

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Please refer to the following blog article: http://www.sapien.com/blog/2012/07/25/w ... rshell-v3/ David
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Note: If you have v3 installed, the console will be v3. David
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I do and it doesn't. See attached...

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You are running the script in the internal host and not the console.
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Post by StupidSexyFlanders »

Indeed! Thanks for the clarification. I have always assumed the internal host was just an embedded console displaying the output of the PS engine installed on the OS.
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