OperationsManager module cannot be imported because no valid module file was found in any module directory.

Brian W 121 Reputation points
2024-04-24T12:29:25.7633333+00:00

I've checked my PSModule path and "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Monitoring Agent\Agent\PowerShell" is in there, however import-module -name OperationsManager comes back with:

Import-Module : The specified module 'OperationsManager' was not loaded because no valid module file was

found in any module directory.

At line:1 char:1

  • Import-Module -Name OperationsManager
  • 
        + CategoryInfo          : ResourceUnavailable: (OperationsManager:String) [Import-Module], FileNotFoun 
    
       dException
    
        + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Modules_ModuleNotFound,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.ImportModuleCommand
    
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  1. XinGuo-MSFT 14,936 Reputation points
    2024-04-25T02:31:17.2066667+00:00

    Hi,

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    It seems like you’re having trouble importing the OperationsManager module in PowerShell. This error typically occurs when PowerShell can’t find the module in any of the directories specified in the $env:PSModulePath environment variable.

    Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot this issue:

    1. Verify the module name: Make sure the module name is spelled correctly.
    2. Ensure the correct module path: Check if the module exists in the specified directory. The module needs to be placed in a folder with the same name as the module. For example, if the module name is OperationsManager, the full path would be C:\Program Files\Microsoft Monitoring Agent\Agent\PowerShell\OperationsManager\OperationsManager.psm1.
    3. Check File Extension: Ensure that the module file has the correct .psm1 extension.
    4. Reinstall the SCOM admin tools: If the module is part of the System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) admin tools, you might try reinstalling them.

  2. XinGuo-MSFT 14,936 Reputation points
    2024-05-10T07:07:50.03+00:00

    Ok, I got it.

    Perform the following steps to initiate maintenance mode from the target Windows computer:

    Sign in to the computer.

    Run Windows PowerShell as an administrator from the Start screen.

    Change directory to the following path C:\Program Files\Microsoft Monitoring Agent\Agent by entering cd C:\Program Files\Microsoft Monitoring Agent\Agent.

    Import the module MaintenanceMode.dll by entering Import-module MaintenanceMode.dll.

    Enter Start-SCOMAgentMaintenanceMode and use the parameters to configure the maintenance mode request.

    Start-SCOMAgentMaintenanceMode has the following syntax:

    Start-SCOMAgentMaintenanceMode -Duration <Double (in minutes)> [-Reason <string>] [-Comments <string>]
    

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