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I installed the Azure SDK 1.4 while rebuilding my laptop and ran the installation for the Windows Azure Service Management PowerShell CmdLets.

Kicked off the installation script for the WASM PowerShell CmdLets by locating the path to which WASM PowerShell CmdLets was deployed to.

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Double clicked the startHere command. It will then open the WASM installation dialog.

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Click Next.

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Click Next.

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Notice the red x next to the Azure SDK 1.3, the problem is I have SDK 1.4

Here is the workaround, I go back to the location of the deployed WASM sources.

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Go into the setup path, then scripts>dependencies>check.

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Now, locate the CheckAzureSDK.ps1 file, and right-click, then edit.

This is the content in the ps1 file, it check for the specific version of the Azure SDK, in this case, it is looking for version 1.3.11133.0038.

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We need for it to check for version 1.4.20227.1419

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Now, save your ps1 file, go back to the open WASM install dialog, and click rescan.

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This time it should pass, then click next.

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A Command prompt window will appear, click any key.

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This completes the installation, click Close.

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Posted on Friday, March 11, 2011 9:43 PM | Back to top


Comments on this post: The tale of how the PowerShell CmdLets got installed with Azure SDK 1.4

# re: The tale of how the PowerShell CmdLets got installed with Azure SDK 1.4
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Thanks! Saved a lot of time trying to get this to work.
Left by Carl on Mar 30, 2011 7:33 AM

# re: The tale of how the PowerShell CmdLets got installed with Azure SDK 1.4
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Thanks a bunch for this - it was causing a lot of angst, partic as my strategy was to install the required 1.3 version, which I coulnt get a down load for - all paths lead to v1.4
Left by Marc Donohoe on Mar 30, 2011 7:54 AM

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