After installing CCS PowerShell snap-ins, you must ensure that CCS PowerShell snap-ins are added to Windows PowerShell for the particular session.
See Installing CCS PowerShell snap-ins.
To add CCS PowerShell snap-ins
Open the Windows PowerShell command-line interface.
To get a list of snap-ins that are registered on your computer, execute the command Get-PSSnapin -reg;.
The list of all the registered snap-ins along with CCS snap-ins is displayed.
Execute the following CCS PowerShell snap-in commands:
Specify the values for AppserverNameAndPort values and Binding Type that are set for the current session.
$AppServerNameAndPort = "appservername: port"
$BindingType = "nettcp"
You can start using the CCS PowerShell cmdlets.
The Remove-PSSnapin cmdlet removes a Windows PowerShell snap-in from the current session. You can use it to remove snap-ins that you have added to Windows PowerShell.
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