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Powershell n00b question

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#2 ·  Posted

Try :

 

Run ( Powershell [Powershellcommands] )

Or click on my nickname < Caramen i am coding alot of powershell things ATM and requested a lot of helps

I am sure you gonna find something

 

Also you have to check out your AD rights ; The powershell restriction of the computer ; etc....

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