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how to open 64bit powershell console via kace scripting

I am trying to deploy a script from kace . In the script there is a work flow and every time I try, I get following error;

PS>TerminatingError(Import-Module): "Windows PowerShell Workflow is not supported in a Windows PowerShell x86-based console. Open a Windows PowerShell x64-based console, and then try again."


Thanks in advance. 



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Posted by: Mashby1 3 months ago
Yellow Belt
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I have been down this road and I was not successful, but you could try this:

Kace agent is a 32bit binary so it invokes 32-bit powershell.

Stick this at the very top of your script to prevent this issue.

https://gist.githubusercontent.com/ArtisanByteCrafter/91167d5178a13f7c038236a5d7881ca7/raw/eac25942cdef695b178c31c954f286b6988f8388/Relaunch-as-x64.ps1

Also, check out the Kace powershell module if you haven't already.

Install-module kacesma


From: Powershell and KACE - Get-ChildItem in C:\windows\systerm32\winevt\logs not working : PowerShell (reddit.com)

Posted by: jencam 2 months ago
Senior Yellow Belt
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Above solution did not work for me. I gave up on the subject. to the admin; please close this thread.
Posted by: Kiyolaka 2 months ago
Green Belt
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As others have mentioned, the KACE agent by default launches stuff in 32-bit context. 

I have the following check in my scripts so that they are launched in the native environment for 32 or 64 bit systems.

R6JbXTegDtQAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==

 
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