Microsoft Virtualization Discussions

global setting

JSHACHER11

Hi guys,

I know there is a way to import the DataONTAP toolkit when starting Powershell and also to set the working directory upon start but I forgot how. Can you please remind me?

(basically, Powershell will run a few commands upon startup)

Thank you

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vinith

Check this link to create custom profiles.

http://www.howtogeek.com/50236/customizing-your-powershell-profile/

just put "ipmo dataontap" in the profile to autom import dataontap module., in PS V3 and V4 modules get auto imported when you type and cmdlet which relates to it.

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vinith

Check this link to create custom profiles.

http://www.howtogeek.com/50236/customizing-your-powershell-profile/

just put "ipmo dataontap" in the profile to autom import dataontap module., in PS V3 and V4 modules get auto imported when you type and cmdlet which relates to it.

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JSHACHER11

thanks

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