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July 5, 2018 at 10:34 am in reply to: How to avoid the "Execution Policy Change" message? #391883RicklesP;n517464 wrote:Don’t know if you can do that from inside a script you’re trying to execute without any other actions, because that would be an obvious security flaw since any script could execute itself without hesitation. Any script I run, I set to execute from a scheduled task. In the ‘Activity’ tab of the Task, you include ‘-ExecutionPolicy Bypass’ in the same field that you call the script. The script runs under whatever the creds are, from the task which calls it. Once that task completes, the system default execution policy is reinforced once more.
As long as the Task is set to allow a manual run, you can run it at any time. Unless you can set your Powershell security via Group Policy.
Thank you for your answer [USER=”68253″]RicklesP[/USER].July 5, 2018 at 10:32 am in reply to: How to avoid the "Execution Policy Change" message? #391882wullieb1;n517453 wrote:You actually need to sign your script.
However you can run the script using this
PowerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File .runme.ps1[/CODE][/QUOTE]
Thank you for your answer and possible solution [USER=”3705″]wullieb1[/USER].[CODE]PowerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File .runme.ps1[/CODE]
Thank you for your answer and possible solution [USER=”3705″]wullieb1[/USER].
I have found another one: PowerShell Plus
It’s free and they have an interactive learning center. :)Ossian;n515026 wrote:There used to be a rather nice “PowerGUI” (powergui.org) but the links seem to go elsewhere now.
Also you could look for powershell plugins for Eclipse (e.g. https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/powershelleditor)
Personally, the ISE does everything I need it for
Thank you for the information [USER=”87″]Ossian[/USER].September 29, 2017 at 4:25 am in reply to: Automatically close the DOS Command Shell window (after last line)? #391873Rems;n513920 wrote:The batch is waiting for the exit code, therefore it wait for it to terminate. If you don’t want the batch to wait use the START command.
@start “” “C:Testtest.txt”
!!! mind the quotes before the path. The START command assumes that the first text between quotes in the command line is the TITLE, so if the path is between quotes you’ll have to add text between quotes to the command line before the path.
Thank you for your reply and for the solution [USER=”2530″]Rems[/USER]!