How can I get PowerShell ISE to work with PowerShell 6.0. Currently, it has 4.0.
This server has PowerShell 4.0 installed and I installed PowerShell 6.0 with PowerShell-6.1.0-win-x64.msi from this link: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases
The files now exist in C:\Program Files\PowerShell\6.
However, ISE still shows 4.0, but I need
I am using console as my tool for managing mercurial repositories. Wtih classic cmd or Console2 I type:
And console prompts something like:
http authorization required
realm: Bitbucket.org HTTP
And obviously, I type password.
But when I type "hg in" in powershell console, it doesn
I can't get the App.Config file to load into the App Domain.
from Powershell Calling .NET Assembly that uses App.config but the App.Config file is still not loaded.
I've also tried resetting the cache as explained in Using CurrentDomain.SetData("APP_CONF
I'm trying to run a powershell script within my C# web application.
When i run the following in powershell, it works fine.
Import-Module 'C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\\80\\Service\\NavAdminTool.ps1'
Get-NAVTenant -ServerInstance DynamicsHost
But when i'm running it using my web application, it tells me
The term 'Get-NAVTenant
I'm currently developing a win32 console application, and wondering if there is any way to make visual studio open it in powershell instead of cmd.exe when I'm debugging it.
All I really want is a better shell, where I can copy/paste etc. without clicking.
Solution I think you're mixing up the NT console subsystem (an app framework offerr
When attempting to use any of the #Requires commands, for example:
#Requires -Version 3.0
They error with the text:
An error occurred while creating the pipeline.
CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) , ParentContainsErrorRecordException
FullyQualifiedErrorId : RuntimeException
I've tested this on ISE and the Consol
I've been giving PowerShell (v3.0) a shot for the first time today, and became enormously frustrated with the strange way some of its error-handling concepts are implemented.
I wrote the following piece of code (using the Remote Registry PowerShell Module)
New-RegKey -ComputerName $PCName -Key $Key -Name $Value
Write-Host -fore Gree
Given a simple runbook:
When starting it with a numeric value (ie: 5) via the Azure Portal as a new Job (published), via the Test Pane, or using the Azure Automation PowerShell ISE Add-On, the following error is returned and the execution
I'm a bit confused with this issue! I'm building a bigger script and it was working in the ISE but not in a powershell console. I've managed to track it down to the [System.Uri]::EscapeDataString function which seems to be behaving differently between the different environments, for example in my powershell console () ' & ! are not being escape
I'm trying to move away from Command Prompt, because it's a dead-end, over to PowerShell (ISE). I haven't figured out how to run command-line applications within the PowerShell (ISE) window. Everytime I use Start-Process a Command Prompt window appears (and disappears). I've seen some people suggest -Wait and -NoNewWindow but those haven't worked f