Scripting - Powershell
The Powershell Script workflow object is used to execute a Powershell script.
This workflow object runs silently, meaning it has no user interaction. Silent workflow object are displayed with this icon.
Write a powershell script in the workflow object (or call another script from this PS script).
Variables can also be used in the script. To insert a pre-defined variable, start typing double angular brackets "<<", and all of the available variables will be displayed in a pick-list. Choose the variable you want to inert its place-holder. It's value will be substituted for the place-holder when the script is run.
Use the Add Tag button to insert placeholder tags/tokens for the client, site, asset or job. These tags will be replaced with the unique database IDs of each entity type. These tags/tokens allow you to be specific in updates, or other SQL/Scripting actions.
Powershell scripting requires that the Windows Management Framework 4.0 is installed on the machine that is running the script Windows Management Framework 4.0. See https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40855
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