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Hi and welcome to Qlik Fix. This video will demonstrate how to install Qlik CLI, a tool to make API calls to Qlik Sense. It allows you to perform most of the same configuration changes that can be done in the QMC, but via commands in PowerShell instead. The Qlik CLI installer can be downloaded from GitHub. The link is below. You’ll need to run the installation command from PowerShell 4.0 or newer. The commands can be found on GitHub along with the installer. First, download the installer files from here. They will need to be unzipped to this folder under Program Files, Windows PowerShell, Modules. Next, Open the PowerShell console with Administrator rights. The first command is to Set the Execution Policy. Next, be sure to run the install commands from the Qlik CLI folder. And run the list of commands as documented to import the Qlik CLI module Yes to all. The installation has completed. To verify the installation was successful, from the View menu, set PowerShell to Show Command Add-ons. In the drop down, Qlik CLI should be an option now. There is the Qlik CLI module. All of the Qlik CLI commands are listed here. From here you can copy the commands, or You can even search for commands, like to see all of the tasks or run a task I hope this helped.
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