@ito-maarten-de-reus said in Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable only two results:
I'm doing the practice labs for 70-740, and keep running into an issue with Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable, In the videos when the cmdlet is run it always shows a nice long list, including a result NanoServerPackage, which I really need apparently.. when I run it on my Nano server here I only get 2 results, on desktop experience I get 5 results. For practical reasons I've got a home lab here, not using the virtual labs. Am I missing something? Also I was wondering after having some network issues, is it usable in environments without internet? I've ordered a study guide but it takes a while to arrive.. In the mean time I was hoping someone can shed some light :)
The first command output is missing the
This means that the
get-package -providername nanoserverpackage will not find it. You may not have installed that particular package.
Try to run,
Install-PackageProvider -Name nanoserverpackage from administrative mode powershell.
find-NanoServerPackage -Name * to get a list of the package types to verify that you can install the package type you need
Verify that that you have it available to you
Other's may have a better way or easier way to do this, hopefully they'll chime in!
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