This article explains an annoying extra step (or a really nifty trick – depending on how you choose to look at it!) that you can take to make sure your PowerShell 7 is able to import a module that was developed for .NET Framework, instead of .NET Core. This is super helpful when you run into weirdness with some of the more, let’s call them CLASSICAL, PowerShell modules. Such as Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell. Problem I use PowerShell 7 as the default shell in my Windows Terminal. It…Continue reading How to use Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell with PowerShell 7?