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Hello,

It would be totally awesome if the Adaxes powershell module could be made available (officially) over PowerShell Gallery (https://www.powershellgallery.com/).

This way it could be installed in one PowerShell command: Install-Module Adaxes

Today, I need to manually install the module out of a trial that I download on your website. While it works it needs to be documented, manually updated, ... With the powershell gallery the script could be 100% self contained.

Cherry on the cake, it would be awesome if you could support PowerShell core instead of the legacy one.

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Hello Pierre,

Thank you for the suggestion. We will consider it for future releases of Adaxes.

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