Display Loaded and Available Modules – Server 2008r2

Display Loaded and Available Modules - Server 2008r2
In server 2008r2 you need to import the power shell modules before using them, for example to run any failover cluster commands you need to import the failovercluster module (This is not true for server 2012, new post to follow). Typical PowerShell there are a couple of ways of doing the same task but here ...

Powershell Version

Powershell Version
There seems to be loads of ways of getting the version number of powershell, two useful ways are Get-Host or $PSVersionTable ($PSVersionTable does not work in Version 1):

You do not have administrative privileges on the cluster 2

You do not have administrative privileges on the cluster
“Get-ClusterSharedVolume : You do not have administrative privileges on the cluster. Contact your network administrator to request access. Access is denied” If you ever get the above message when you attempt to run any commands within the FailoverClusters powershell module you need to add the user you are running the powershell script as into the ...

ExecutionPolicy

ExecutionPolicy
This is my first outing with powershell on windows 7, one of the first things I tried to do was install the windows 7 powerpack for powershell. This should have been nice and easy according to the install instructions but when I tried to run the command I was presented with a lovely error message: ...