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Jun 17, 2019 · We can start a process in PowerShell many different ways. We've got the PowerShell Start-Process and Invoke-Expression cmdlets, we can call the executable directly or use the ampersand & to invoke expressions. The most common way is to. if you run a 64 bit shell typically C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe and then launch PowerShell it will launch the 64 bit PowerShell. However if you run a 32 bit shell C:\windows\syswow64\cmd.exe and then launch PowerShell, you will launch the 32 bit version of PowerShell C:\Windows\SysWOW64\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\PowerShell.exe.

Feb 26, 2018 · If the goal is to start a PowerShell script without a console window, you need to launch powershell.exe from a process that does not itself have a console window. A WSH script launched using wscript.exe does not have a console window, so you can write. Oct 25, 2015 · Running a exe on a remote PC can be tricky. I've found the easiest way maybe not the right way, but the easiest by far is with PSEXEC.EXE. EDIT: I got ahead of myself there, didn't see the part where you wanted the user to be able to do it. We sort have a similar issue with MasterCam and their NetHasp failing from time to time. Dec 24, 2016 · powershell.exe -Command "Start-Process Notepad.exe -Verb RunAs" The result will be the same. The Powershell window will flash for a moment and then the app will be opened elevated. Dec 02, 2019 · There are a number of good articles around which explain the many different ways of running.exe files or other external commands from PowerShell.As with everything, the 'correct' method depends on the situation, special characters, whether you want to capture return codes and if you need to wait for execution to complete. Oct 08, 2015 · It's nothing major, but I dislike having to open cmd.exe to run a test plan, when I already have powershell open. How to run an exe from powershell instead of cmd. Post by odklizec » Thu Oct 08, 2015 8:30 am Hi and welcome here, If you want to run exe from powershell, you need to call it.

Oct 08, 2015 · 1 Open cmd.exe as administrator. 2 psexec. exe-i-s powershell. exe. Note: PsExec is a tool written by Mark Russinovich included in the Sysinternals Suite and can downloaded here. 3 A new shell will open under “NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM” Solution 3: Scheduled task. Open Task Scheduler taskschd.msc Create a Basic Task. Its executable is called pwsh.exe, not powershell.exe. There's a section on that below. PowerShell Core is the future and no more "real" work is being done on Windows PowerShell version 5.1, which is the latest ever to be released of Windows PowerShell which is not PowerShell Core. All future work goes into PowerShell Core now. Mar 23, 2018 · my end game is to wrap this in invoke-command, to feed a list of PCs, and run the exe on all of them. for now, i'm just trying to run an exe with parameters from powershell. I can run it from a command line and from a scheduled task. but not from powershell. the argument list has a bunch of quotes and backslashes in it. Apr 09, 2018 · Why use start-process and psexec together? When you can just do it directly, eliminating any possible Start-Process conflicts. psexec \\remote-pc -u “DOMAIN\Administrator” -p “password” cmd /c “msiexec.exe /i “\\server\share\application.msi” /quiet /norestart” How to use Group Policy to install software remotely. Related PowerShell Cmdlets: Get-Command - Retrieve basic information about a command. Invoke-Command - Run commands on local and remote computers. Invoke-Expression - Run a PowerShell expression. Invoke-Item - Invoke an executable or open a file START PowerShell.exe - Launch a PowerShell session/run a script.

Oct 21, 2016 · The nice thing about Powershell is that you can run any command line application from the shell. That is a common way to install things. Calling the installer is often the same as double clicking on it. If you call an MSI, it will pop up and start the install. Again and again, one good thing with IT is that you have million ways to do the same thing. That’s right with PowerShell too. This example is 3 ways to run an executable and wait for its completion before doing something else. Could be usefull to launch an msi setup and wait before tuning the freshly installed software. Start-Process -Wait.

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