Finding out the version of Windows Management Framework through PowerShell

In order to connect to Exchange Online using Power Shell, one needs to have a minimum version of a .NET Framework and a Windows Management Framework running in your computer. The .NET Framework requires a version of 4.5 or later and the Windows Management Framework requires a version of at least 3.0

So before connecting Exchange Online using Power Shell you need to make sure that your system is meeting the minimum requirements. There is a command called as $PSVersion  which has to be entered on the Power Shell Command Prompt.

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It would list the version against WSManStackVersion. In the above example, the version Installed in the Computer is 3.0

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