The BitTitan SDK (Software Development Kit) gives you access to the BitTitan Command Shell and Management Console. BitTitan SDK can be used to automate or perform a variety of MigrationWiz actions.
Important: If you have previously installed the BitTitan SDK, uninstall previous versions before re-installing. Earlier versions of the SDK may be named "MigrationWiz PowerShell," or "BitTitan PowerShell." If you need to keep the deprecated package to support legacy scripts, you can do so as it should not conflict with the new package.
- Before installing the BitTitan SDK, make sure you have installed the prerequisites:
- Microsoft Windows Management Framework (WMF) 4.0 or later
- Windows PowerShell 4.0 or later
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 or later
- Download and run the BitTitan PowerShell Setup file.
Once the SDK is installed, you will see the BitTitan Command Shell and the BitTitan Management Console in the Start window.
- The BitTitan SDK is updated periodically. Return to this page periodically to download and install the latest version. Check your SDK version by going to Control Panel, Programs and Features, then locate BitTitan PowerShell in the list of installed programs.
- For guidance on using the BitTitan SDK to write automation scripts, see SDK Introduction.
- The BitTitan PowerShell SDK has been implemented as a PowerShell module. PowerShell package management provides a seamless experience for installing and managing third-party binaries directly from the PowerShell console using a series of simple cmdlets. Partners should find installing, upgrading, and interacting with the SDK as a PowerShell module quicker and easier than the tradition .msi package.
- Supplemental information around PowerShell package management can be found in our BitTitan SDK page.
- Introducing PackageManagement in Windows 10 provides additional information.
Package Management is available by default on Windows 10. It can be supported on all versions of both the client and server operating systems down to Windows 7/Server 2008 R2, by installing the newest versions of the Windows Management Framework.