It seems that versions of the PowerShell v2 CTP are still being used and problems are being reported because the incorrect version of PowerShell is being used.
Tobias has a great post explaining which version you should be using and providing tools to check your PowerShell installation.
Tuesday 26 January 7:30 GMT
PowerShell User group meeting on Windows 2008 R2 AD cmdlets
We have seen how to pull information about our disks – what about working with them. As a quick recap on the objects that PowerShell deals with – properties give us the information and methods enable us to do stuff. So what stuff can we do? We can find out from the documentation or we can...
Following on from last time we will extend our script to pull the information for logical drives.