Unfortunately, I've hit a roadblock when trying to use PowerShell with NethServer DC; I am not saying that's impossible, on the contrary, just read on.
I was able to install RSAT tools and manage the NethServer DC from a Windows 10 joined to the domain machine:
Adding OUs, users and groups, and managing them works wonderfully:
Managing the DNS server (and the AD DNS zone) also works great:
The problem that I've hit when trying to use PowerShell to create users, groups or , generally speaking, to create and edit Active Directory objects on the Nethserver Domain Controller is that it's impossible to load/import the ActiveDirectory module:
The error message makes sense:
WARNING: Error initializing default drive: 'Unable to find a default server with Active
Directory Web Services running.'.
The ActiveDirectory PowerShell module uses the Active Directory Web Services (ADWS) that are running on the target Domain Controller, and we cannot expect to have this feature running on the Nethserver DC.
As a matter of fact, the ADWS were introduced with Windows Server 2008R2. I am positive that I was able to bulk create users in PowerShell before that release - with Server 2008 for example. Actually, I am working on and testing a solution, and if it works fine, I'll post a short video about it as well.