So I am now trying to get it so I can compile and run Nutanix Cmdlets within VS Code. I am trying to find the neatest, safest and most maintainable way possible without putting at risk the core of PowerShell.
I've only found one post where someone has mentioned doing this and it was by installing the Nutanix Cmdlets and copying the contents of the module's folder into "C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules". Maybe possible but there are over 200 items that would need copying into the root of this folder, seems messy to me.
Can a sub folder called Nutanix be created for the contents to be copied too? Is there a better way to achieving what I feel be a great tool for all?
Advice/support much appreciated 🤓
Best answer by andymlloydView original
Just do the following:
This assumes you have already downloaded and installed the Nutanix Cmdlets from Prism.
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