The latest version of PowerShell at the time I write this article is the 2.0, it is distributed as optional software update by the Microsoft Windows Update Service, Powershell is natively integrated in Windows 7 and in Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Vista SP1 x86 FamilyId = F2FA1227-9A34-4E29-AA03-62F5C00E16F2 & displaylang = in Windows Vista SP1 x64 FamilyId = 0f73efa2-f8d6-45f3-a8f8-5cdc205b119a & displaylang = in Windows Server 2008 x86 FamilyID = 863e7d01-fb1b-4d3e-b07d-766a0a2def0b Windows Server 2008 x64 FamilyID = d37e25cf-db05-4b23-a852-cdf865d81b82 Windows Server 2003 SP2 or 2003 R2 x86 + Framework.Net 2.0 SP1 (minimum) FamilyID = f002462b-c8f2-417a-92a3-287f5f81407e Windows Server 2003 SP2 or 2003 R x64 + Framework.Net 2.0 SP1 (minimum) FamilyID = 909bbcf1-bd78-4e03-8c83-69434717e551 Windows XP SP3x86 + Framework.Net 2.0 SP1 (minimum) FamilyID = 60cb5b6c-6532-45e0-ab0f-a94ae9ababf5 Framework.Net 2.0 SP2 FamilyID = 5b2c0358-915b-4eb5-9b1d-10e506da9d0f

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