PowerShell is a task automation and configuration management framework from Microsoft, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language.Initially a Windows component only, known as Windows PowerShell, it was made open-source and cross-platform on 18 August 2016 with the introduction of PowerShell Core. The former is built on .NET Framework while the latter on .NET Core.
I am working with powershell on a server and want to use it to stop and start a task in the task scheduler. I run this command "Import-Module TaskScheduler" but get an error: Import-Module : The
I often see questions about PowerShell based scheduled tasks that aren’t working. The inquiring party tells us that they run perfectly fine outside of the task scheduler. This is a quick hit to cover some of the more common points of failure, and how to troubleshoot these. Let’s look at a
This is probably more of a Windows Scheduler question than Powershell, but anyway I have a PowerShell script (that works). In Windows Task Scheduler I created a new task to execute "C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe" passing the argument as my PS1 script. When the task runs I get a Last Run Result of 0x1.. I updated my script to write to a log file when the script
Summary: Identify your PowerShell environment by making use of built-in PowerShell variables. Hey, Scripting Guy! If I’m writing a script, how can I detect if I am running on Windows, Linux, or Mac with PowerShell?
Hi Kin, the problem here is not dbatools (as module code) alas, but rather the way cmdexec works. Powershell.exe properly terminates with an exitcode of 1, but the cmd running it doesn’t pass this on (cmd itself is running just fine and ends with 0).
Hey, Alan. Just a comment: Sorry if dup (I didn’t read all the other comments), but starting with PowerCLI 6.5 the “add-pssnapin” doesn’t work anymore.
If the MSOnline module is not already installed on your computer, run Install-Module MSOnline.. Start Windows PowerShell with the Run as Administrator option.. Use the Connect-MsolService cmdlet to connect to Azure AD:. Connect-MsolService When prompted, enter your Azure AD tenant administrator credentials (typically, you use an account that is a global administrator for Azure Active Directory
Specifies an array of work items to be performed by the task. If you specify several actions, the computer runs them in order. You can specify up to 32 actions.
If you want to schedule a PowerCLI/Powershell script (.ps1) using the Windows Task Scheduler, you have to take care of the following requirements: