• PowerShell Core, or Windows Powershell v5 (minimum)
  • CyberArk PAS REST API/PVWA Web Service (available and accessible over HTTPS using TLS 1.2)
  • A user who can authenticate and has the necessary Vault/Safe permissions.

Users can download psPAS from GitHub or the PowerShell Gallery.

Choose any of the following ways to download the module and install it:

This is the easiest and most popular way to install the module.

  1. Open a PowerShell prompt

  2. Execute the following command:

Install-Module -Name psPAS -Scope CurrentUser

PowerShell 5.0 or above must be used to download the module from the PowerShell Gallery.

Option 2: Manual Install

The module files can be manually copied to one of your PowerShell module directories.

Use the following command to get the paths to your local PowerShell module folders:


The module files must be placed in one of the listed directories, in a folder called psPAS.

More: about_PSModulePath

The module files are available to download using a variety of methods:

  • Download from the module from the PowerShell Gallery:
    • Run the PowerShell command Save-Module -Name psPAS -Path C:\temp
    • Copy the C:\temp\psPAS folder to your “Powershell Modules” directory of choice.

psPAS Release

  • Download the latest GitHub release
    • Unblock & Extract the archive
    • Rename the extracted psPAS-v#.#.# folder to psPAS
    • Copy the psPAS folder to your “Powershell Modules” directory of choice.

psPAS Branch

  • Download GitHub Branch
    • Unblock & Extract the archive
    • Copy the psPAS (\<Archive Root>\psPAS-master\psPAS) folder to your “Powershell Modules” directory of choice.


Validate Install:

Get-Module -ListAvailable psPAS

Import the module:

Import-Module psPAS

List Module Commands:

Get-Command -Module psPAS

Get detailed information on specific commands:

Get-Help New-PASUser -Full