10/05/2017 974 views


I am using powershell version to create the scrtipt,  . My script runs a MSI but not the Winrm Command. I used everything possible,. I tried to run the batch script too through the powershell, Nothing worked.  has someone come across similar scenario



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I'm back! Jokes, not really.

If you need to run a non PowerShell command you need to prefix it with &.
For example.
& WINRM quickconfig -quiet

You can use $LASTEXITCODE to get the exit code of WINRM if it has one.

Answered 10/06/2017 by: rileyz
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