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Windows Management Framework and PowerShell

5.0.10586.20170115

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This package was approved as a trusted package on 1/16/2017.

Windows Management Framework 5.0 includes updates to Windows PowerShell, Windows PowerShell ISE, Windows PowerShell Web Services (Management OData IIS Extension), Windows Remote Management (WinRM), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), the Server Manager WMI provider, and a new feature for 4.0, Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC).
Windows Management Framework 5.0 includes updates to Windows PowerShell, Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC), and Windows PowerShell ISE. It also includes OneGet, PowerShellGet, and Network Switch cmdlets

IMPORTANT NOTES for your Operating System:

PowerShell 4 and later requires at least .NET 3.5.1.
This package will warn you and exit if it is not installed.
It is not automatically installed as a dependency so that you
maintain complete control over the .NET version in your build.

Windows 8.1, Windows 2012R2: Installs PowerShell 5.0.
Windows 8: PowerShell 4.0 not supported. PowerShell 3.0 installed by default
Windows 7 SP1, Windows 2008 R2 SP1, or Windows 2012: PowerShell 5.0 installed (as of 5.0.10105 April 2015 Preview)
ATTENTION: Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 Required WMF/PowerShell 4.0 to be installed first.
This package will install 4 if it is not installed and instruct you to re-run the package using -Force
Or you can just install WMF 4 first if you have this already setup in build automation.
This is a temporary restriction that Microsoft is working on removing for the final release.
Windows Vista or Windows 2008: Directs to PowerShell 3.0 install
WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL ON SCCM SERVERS.
Tested On: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 2012, Windows 2012 R2, Windows 10

To install Windows Management Framework and PowerShell, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco install powershell

To upgrade Windows Management Framework and PowerShell, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco upgrade powershell

Files

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  • tools\ChocolateyInstall.ps1 Show
    <#
    See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh847769.aspx and http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh847837.aspx
    Windows PowerShell 5.0 runs on the following versions of Windows.
    	Windows 10, installed by default
    	Windows Server 2012 R2, install Windows Management Framework 5.0 to run Windows PowerShell 5.0
    	Windows 8.1, install Windows Management Framework 5.0 to run Windows PowerShell 5.0
    	Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 4.0 and THEN WMF 5.0 (as of 5.0.10105)
    	Windows Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 5.0 (as of 5.0.10105)
    	Previous Windows versions - 5.0 is not supported.
    
    Windows PowerShell 4.0 runs on the following versions of Windows.
    	Windows 8.1, installed by default
    	Windows Server 2012 R2, installed by default
    	Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 4.0 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=293881) to run Windows PowerShell 4.0
    	Windows Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 4.0 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=293881) to run Windows PowerShell 4.0
    
    Windows PowerShell 3.0 runs on the following versions of Windows.
    	Windows 8, installed by default
    	Windows Server 2012, installed by default
    	Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 3.0 to run Windows PowerShell 3.0
    	Windows Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1, install Windows Management Framework 3.0 to run Windows PowerShell 3.0
    	Windows Server 2008 with Service Pack 2, install Windows Management Framework 3.0 to run Windows PowerShell 3.0
    #>
    
    [string]$packageName="PowerShell.5.0"
    [string]$installerType="msu"
    [string]$ThisPackagePSHVersion = '5.0.10586'
    [string]$silentArgs="/quiet /norestart /log:`"$env:TEMP\PowerShell.Install.evtx`""
    
    [string]$urlWin81x86   =                 'https://download.microsoft.com/download/2/C/6/2C6E1B4A-EBE5-48A6-B225-2D2058A9CEFB/Win8.1-KB3134758-x86.msu'
    [string]$urlWin81x86checksum   =         'F9EE4BF2D826827BC56CD58FABD0529CB4B49082B2740F212851CC0CC4ACBA06'
    [string]$urlWin2k12R2andWin81x64 =       'https://download.microsoft.com/download/2/C/6/2C6E1B4A-EBE5-48A6-B225-2D2058A9CEFB/Win8.1AndW2K12R2-KB3134758-x64.msu'
    [string]$urlWin2k12R2andWin81x64checksum = 'BB6AF4547545B5D10D8EF239F47D59DE76DAFF06F05D0ED08C73EFF30B213BF2'
    [string]$urlWin7x86   =                  'https://download.microsoft.com/download/2/C/6/2C6E1B4A-EBE5-48A6-B225-2D2058A9CEFB/Win7-KB3134760-x86.msu'
    [string]$urlWin7x86checksum   =          '0486901B4FD9C41A70644E3A427FE06DD23765F1AD8B45C14BE3321203695464'
    [string]$urlWin2k8R2andWin7x64 =         'https://download.microsoft.com/download/2/C/6/2C6E1B4A-EBE5-48A6-B225-2D2058A9CEFB/Win7AndW2K8R2-KB3134760-x64.msu'
    [string]$urlWin2k8R2andWin7x64checksum = '077E864CC83739AC53750C97A506E1211F637C3CD6DA320C53BB01ED1EF7A98B'
    [string]$urlWin2012 =                    'https://download.microsoft.com/download/2/C/6/2C6E1B4A-EBE5-48A6-B225-2D2058A9CEFB/W2K12-KB3134759-x64.msu'
    [string]$urlWin2012checksum =            '6E59CEC4BD30C505F426A319673A13C4A9AA8D8FF69FD0582BFA89F522F5FF00'
    [string]$ChecksumType       =            'sha256'
    
    [string[]] $validExitCodes = @(0, 3010) # 2359302 occurs if the package is already installed
    
    $osversionLookup = @{
    "5.1.2600" = "XP";
    "5.1.3790" = "2003";
    "6.0.6001" = "Vista/2008";
    "6.1.7600" = "Win7/2008R2";
    "6.1.7601" = "Win7 SP1/2008R2 SP1"; # SP1 or later.
    "6.2.9200" = "Win8/2012";
    "6.3.9600" = "Win8.1/2012R2";
    "10.0.*" = "Windows 10/Server 2016"
    }
    
    function Install-PowerShell5([string]$urlx86, [string]$urlx64 = $null, [string]$checksumx86 = $null,[string]$checksumx64 = $null) {
        $Net4Version = (get-itemproperty "hklm:software\microsoft\net framework setup\ndp\v4\full" -ea silentlycontinue | Select -Expand Release -ea silentlycontinue)
        if ($Net4Version -ge 378675) {
            Install-ChocolateyPackage "$packageName" "$installerType" "$silentArgs" -url $urlx86 -url64 $urlx64 -checksum $checksumx86 -ChecksumType $ChecksumType -checksum64 $checksumx64 -ChecksumType64 $ChecksumType -validExitCodes $validExitCodes
            Write-Warning "$packageName requires a reboot to complete the installation."
            #}
        }
        else {
            throw ".NET Framework 4.5.1 or later required.  Use package named `"dotnet4.5.1`"."
        }
    }
    
    try {
      # Get-CimInstance was completely crashing on win7 psh 2 even with try / catch
      $osVersion = (Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem).Version
    }
    catch {
        $osVersion = (Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem).Version
    }
    
    $ProductName = (Get-ItemProperty -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion' -Name 'ProductName').ProductName
    $EditionId = (Get-ItemProperty -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion' -Name 'EditionID').EditionId
    
    #This will show us if we are running on Nano Server (Kernel version alone won't show this)
    Write-Output "Running on: $ProductName, ($EditionId), Windows Kernel: $osVersion"
    
    If ((get-service wuauserv).starttype -ieq 'Disabled')
    {
      Throw "Windows Update Service is disabled - PowerShell updates are distributed as windows updates and so require the service.  Consider temporarily enabling it before calling this package and disabling again afterward."
    }
    
    try
    {
        if ($PSVersionTable -and ($PSVersionTable.PSVersion -ge [Version]$ThisPackagePSHVersion)) {
    	    Write-Warning "PowerShell version, $($PSVersionTable.PSVersion), is already installed."
    	}
        elseif ($PSVersionTable -and ($PSVersionTable.PSVersion -ge [Version]'5.0') -and ($PSVersionTable.PSVersion -lt [Version]$ThisPackagePSHVersion)) {
            Write-Warning "The existing PowerShell version, $($PSVersionTable.PSVersion), must be uninstalled, before you can install version $ThisPackagePSHVersion."
        }
        else {
            #The following should not occur as PowerShell 5 is already installed
            if( ([version]$osVersion).Major -eq "10" ) {
                $osVersion = "$(([version]$osVersion).Major).$(([version]$osVersion).Minor).*"
            }
    
            Write-Output "Installing for OS: $($osversionLookup[$osVersion])"
    
    		    switch ($osversionLookup[$osVersion]) {
                "Vista/2008" {
                    Write-Warning "PowerShell 3 is the highest supported on Windows $($osversionLookup[$osVersion])."
                    Write-Output "You can install PowerShell 3 using these parameters: 'PowerShell -version 3.0.20121027'"
                }
                "Win7/2008R2" {
                    Write-Warning "PowerShell $ThisPackagePSHVersion Requires SP1 for Windows $($osversionLookup[$osVersion])."
                    Write-Warning "Update to SP1 and re-run this package to install WMF/PowerShell 5"
                    Write-Output "You can install PowerShell 3 using these parameters: 'PowerShell -version 3.0.20121027'"
                }
                "Win7 SP1/2008R2 SP1" {
                    Install-PowerShell5 -urlx86 "$urlWin7x86" -checksumx86 $urlWin7x86checksum -urlx64 "$urlWin2k8R2andWin7x64" -checksumx64 $urlWin2k8R2andWin7x64checksum
                }
                "Win8/2012" {
                    if($os.ProductType -gt 1) {
                        #Windows 2012
                        Install-PowerShell5 -urlx86 "$urlWin2012" -checksumx86 $urlWin2012checksum
                    }
                    else {
                        #Windows 8
                        Write-Verbose "Windows 8 (not 8.1) is not supported"
                        throw "$packageName not supported on Windows 8. You must upgrade to Windows 8.1 to install WMF/PowerShell 5.0."
                    }
                }
                "Win8.1/2012R2" {
                  Install-PowerShell5 -urlx86 "$urlWin81x86" -checksumx86 $urlWin81x86checksum -urlx64 "$urlWin2k12R2andWin81x64" -checksumx64 $urlWin2k12R2andWin81x64checksum
                }
                "Windows 10/Server 2016" {
                    #Should never be reached.
                    Write-Warning "Windows 10 / Server 2016 has WMF/PowerShell 5 pre-installed which is maintained by Windows Update."
                }
                default {
                    # Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, or unknown?
                    throw "$packageName $ThisPackagePSHVersion is not supported on $ProductName, ($EditionId), Windows Kernel: $osVersion"
                }
    	    }
        }
    }
    catch {
      Throw $_.Exception
    }
    
  • tools\chocolateyUninstall.ps1 Show
    Write-Debug ("Starting " + $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition)
    
    [string]$packageName="PowerShell.5.0"
    
    <#
    Exit Codes:
        3010: WSUSA executed the uninstall successfully.
        2359303: The update was not found.
    #>
    
    #5.0.10586
    $osVersion = (Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem).Version
    if(-not (($osVersion -ge [version]"6.4") -or ($osVersion -ge [version]"10.0"))) {
        Start-ChocolateyProcessAsAdmin "/uninstall /KB:3094174 /quiet /norestart /log:`"$env:TEMP\PowerShell.PowerShell.Uninstall.5.evtx`"" -exeToRun "WUSA.exe" -validExitCodes @(3010,2359303)
        Start-ChocolateyProcessAsAdmin "/uninstall /KB:3134760 /quiet /norestart /log:`"$env:TEMP\PowerShell.PowerShell.Uninstall.5.evtx`"" -exeToRun "WUSA.exe" -validExitCodes @(3010,2359303)
        Start-ChocolateyProcessAsAdmin "/uninstall /KB:3134759 /quiet /norestart /log:`"$env:TEMP\PowerShell.PowerShell.Uninstall.5.evtx`"" -exeToRun "WUSA.exe" -validExitCodes @(3010,2359303)
        Start-ChocolateyProcessAsAdmin "/uninstall /KB:3134758 /quiet /norestart /log:`"$env:TEMP\PowerShell.PowerShell.Uninstall.5.evtx`"" -exeToRun "WUSA.exe" -validExitCodes @(3010,2359303)
    }
    
    
    Write-Warning "$packageName may require a reboot to complete the uninstallation."
    

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Maintainer(s)

Software Author(s)

  • Microsoft wrote PowerShell
  • IntelliTect created the Chocolatey Package

Copyright

2013 Microsoft Corporation

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Release Notes

2016.12.01 (5.0.10586.20170115)
- Fixed: Package generates error that you must upgrade to Windows 8.1 on Server 2012 (not-R2) domain controllers.

2016.12.01 (5.0.10586.20161201)
- IMPORTANT: This package no longer updates a machine to an older version of PowerShell when 5 cannot be applied, the package must
be explicitly called with the -version parameter if the system being configured cannot take PowerShell 5.
- Updated to use checksums
- Updated to use re-released MSUs discussed here (old ones getting 404s):
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/powershell/2016/02/24/windows-management-framework-wmf-5-0-rtm-packages-has-been-republished/
- Checks and errors if Windows Update service is disabled, the error message suggests enabling it just for the time this package runs
(it is a common good practice to disable Windows Update when doing long running orchestration,
however, it must be enabled for this package to run)

2016.3.28:
Fixed bug with Windows Server 2012 installation

2015.12.19:
Updated for PowerShell 5.0.10586.20151218 RTM - Released 2015-12-18.

2015.09.02:
Updated for PowerShell 5.0.10514.6 (Production Preview) Released 8/31/15 (Darwin).
Checks if you already have 5.0 installed and requires previous versions of 5 to be uninstalled first.

2015.04.29:
Updated for PowerShell 5.0.10105 (April 2015 Preview) (Darwin).
Windows 7 SP1 and Server 2008 R2 SP1 NOW SUPPORTED FOR PSH 5!

2015.03.18:
Updated for PowerShell 5 (Darwin).

2014.10.01:
Changed to report success when PowerShell 4.0 is already installed.

2014.09.15:
Support added for PowerShell 4.0

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated Status
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.10586.20161216 36094 Friday, December 16, 2016 approved
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.10586.20161201 5032 Thursday, December 8, 2016 exempted
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.10586.20151218 122233 Monday, April 11, 2016 approved
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.10514-ProductionPreview 6808 Wednesday, September 2, 2015 exempted
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.10105-April2015Preview 3422 Friday, May 1, 2015 exempted
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.10018-February2015Preview 592 Friday, March 20, 2015 exempted
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 5.0.9883-November2014Preview 111 Friday, March 20, 2015 exempted
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 4.0.20141001 113462 Monday, October 6, 2014 approved
Windows Management Framework and PowerShell 4.0.20140915 2066 Monday, September 29, 2014  
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