Officially, the Active Directory module for PowerShell 7 is only supported for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019. However, as it turns out, you can also install the PowerShell module on Windows Server 2016 and even Windows 7. On Linux and MacOS, you can leverage PowerShell remoting to manage Active Directory. This raises the question of whether Microsoft’s cross-platform approach for PowerShell really makes sense.

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