I’ve already announced on my blog that WMF 5.0 is RTM but I also kept the post updated with comments about the issue with the PSModulePath environment variable raised on the UserVoice site than led to the removal of KB3094174, KB3094175, and KB3094176 packages published by the end of December.
Now, I’m very pleased to announce that Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.0 RTM packages has been republished. The PowerShell Team deserves a big thank you for fixing the issue and also for keeping us in touch along their journey. Drum roll 😀
All the reasons I exposed in my previous blog post explaining why WMF5 is such a huge milestone are still valid.
The only update required is the table that listed package names, their download link and their SHA256 checksums.
So, here we go:
|Operating System||Architecture||Package Name||SHA256|
|Windows Server 2012 R2||x64||Win8.1AndW2K12R2-KB3134758-x64.msu||BB6AF4547545B5D10D8EF239F47D59DE76DAFF06F05D0ED08C73EFF30B213BF2|
|Windows Server 2012||x64||W2K12-KB3134759-x64.msu||6E59CEC4BD30C505F426A319673A13C4A9AA8D8FF69FD0582BFA89F522F5FF00|
|Windows Server 2008 R2||x64||Win7AndW2K8R2-KB3134760-x64.msu||077E864CC83739AC53750C97A506E1211F637C3CD6DA320C53BB01ED1EF7A98B|
|Windows 7 SP1||x64||Win7AndW2K8R2-KB3134760-x64.msu||077E864CC83739AC53750C97A506E1211F637C3CD6DA320C53BB01ED1EF7A98B|
|Windows 7 SP1||x86||Win7-KB3134760-x86.msu||0486901B4FD9C41A70644E3A427FE06DD23765F1AD8B45C14BE3321203695464|
Here’s WMF 5.0 RTM republished on Windows 7