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Windows PowerShell: executionpolicy (so I can run scripts)
Among my several independent study projects is Windows PowerShell 2.0. I am at the very beginning stage of writing trivial PowerShell scripts; so I would like to get off on the right foot. Ed Wilson, the Scripting Guy for Microsoft, has a number of Webcasts which I have viewed. He recommends using PowerShell as Administrator only when necessary for security reasons as a best practice.
I have found several methods which temporarily allow the running of scripts, ranging from easy to relatively difficult and from expensive to free. The way which is easiest for me at this early stage of learning is to use the following code from administrator level PowerShell.
enable running of scripts:
remotesigned.ps1 <some lines of code for the script to run for testing> restricted.ps1
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