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Feature Request: PowershellGallery

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Hi,
At the moment you have Powershell module which is located in the RDM Install Directory.

We would like to manage/download the module via standard PowershellGet from https://www.powershellgallery.com

Clock3 yrs

Hello,

Most of the Powershell modules out there interact with a Web service or a globally available API. Our Powershell module is to interact with a locally installed thick client. I have looked, but havent found other modules like ours.

I think that what your are looking for is our Devolutions Server Powershell Module, which we have started, but is not ready for primetime yet. Obviously it would work only on Devolutions Server as it exposes a typical Web API. We could imagine getting it working on our Cloud Databases as well, but for on-premise solutions, we do need a Service layer on top of the database.

Please let me know your thoughts.



Maurice Côté

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Clock3 yrs

I see your point. But nevertheless it would be easier if you had a "standard" module which just throws an error if RDM is not installed. Just like if a webservice is not available.

BTW: the annoying popus are still there if an Error in one of your powershell functions occur! <- So we cannot really automate the session management!

Clock3 yrs

Hello,

Could you please give us more details in which situation and which PowerShell cmdlet you get the error popups?

Best regards,



Érica Poirier

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Clock3 yrs

$objUser= Get-RDMUser -name "MyDomain\User"
$objUser.UserInfo.UserProfile.Department = "MyDepartment"
Set-RDMUser $objUser

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