Connecting with latest AVD environment with Powershell

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We have been using a third party vendor to supply AVD Classic pools and I have had no issues accessing it via Powershell but it seems that the latest AVD doesn't display any RDSTenant when using get-rdstenant.  For those of you using Powershell to connect to your RDS environment, how are you doing it? What commands are you using to connect in for things like seeing the properties, adding/removing users to pools and applications, etc.?

 

Thanks,

Jason

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