You run a PowerShell command. You get "Cannot find Get-Command" even though the command you entered was not Get-Command. How do you solve this error?
Possible Solution #1
As an Admininstrator of the server, go to Server Manager -> Tools -> Computer Management. In this Window (or MMC) go to System Tools -> Local Users and Groups -> Users. Double click on the User that received the error.
Is the user a member of Guests or Users? Is this intentional? You may want to add the user to a group.
Are environmental variables set as normal? Will commands like "ls", "dir" or "whoami" work? If not run these commands:
This may help you troubleshoot the problem.
Possible Solution #2
Are you using JEA when this problem exists? If so, is your PowerShell Service Configuration (.pssc) file set to run as a virtual account? That is, do you have a stanza such as one of these below?
# RunAsVirtualAccount = $true
RunAsVirtualAccount = $false
The top one is commented out. Without using a virtual account, certain variables may not be readily available in the session. If the "whoami" command does not work, try this: "$env:UserName" # with no quotes.