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Export-PSSession - Powershell 3.0 CmdLet

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Short description
Imports commands from another session and saves them in a Windows PowerShell module.

Export-PSSession [-Session] <PSSession> [-OutputModule] <String> [[-CommandName] <String[]>] [[-FormatTypeName] <String
[]>] [-AllowClobber] [-ArgumentList <Object[]>] [-Certificate <X509Certificate2>] [-CommandType <CommandTypes>] [-Encod
ing <String>] [-Force] [-Module <String[]>] [<CommonParameters>]

The Export-PSSession cmdlet gets cmdlets, functions, aliases, and other command types from another PSSession on a local
 or remote computer and saves them in a Windows PowerShell module. To add the commands from the module to the current s
ession, use the Import-Module cmdlet.

Unlike Import-PSSession, which imports commands from another PSSession into the current session, Export-PSSession saves
 the commands in a module. The commands are not imported into the current session.

To export commands, first use the New-PSSession cmdlet to create a PSSession that has the commands that you want to exp
ort. Then use the Export-PSSession cmdlet to export the commands. By default, Export-PSSession exports all commands, ex
cept for commands that exist in the current session, but you can use the CommandName parameters to specify the commands
 to export.

The Export-PSSession cmdlet uses the implicit remoting feature of Windows PowerShell. When you import commands into the
 current session, they run implicitly  in the original session or in a  similar session on the originating computer.