Execute a powershell script

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    • #2177
      mitobaMiguel

      Hi everybody,

      I’m trying execute a powershell script with CMD Command but I’m not be able, it doesn’t work. I’ve a script to check updates pending properly, and manually it works and write the exit in a text file.

      I follow the manual but DTI does’t execute the script .ps1.

      Somebody have an example to execute a powershell script?

      Thanks in advance.

    • #2180
      GlennGlenn
      Keymaster

      I couldn’t get it to execute either. I’ll look into it.

      • #2186
        mitobamitoba

        Hi Glenn,

        I could execute a powershell script but Ho Can I hide the command line in DTI?

        Regards.

        • #2193
          GlennGlenn
          Keymaster

          what do you mean?

    • #2195
      GlennGlenn
      Keymaster

      The issue is execution policy. To make it work for me I have to type the following in to a Powershell command line window:

      Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser

      This allows DTI to run a script. This is the script I tested:

      test.ps1

      The line with “exit 667” puts the 667 exit code on the DTI display to assure me the script actually executed.

      This is the call in desktopinfo.ini:

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