Write Script File in Windows PowerShell
How to write a script file in Windows PowerShell to run multiple commands together?
Writting a script file in Windows PowerShell is easy. You can follow these steps:
1. Open Notepad.
2. Write commands in Notepad with one command per line. For example:
Write-Host "Hello World!" test-connection www.microsoft.com -count 1 | format-list Address,ResponseTime
3. Save the script to a file called Hello.ps1.
4. Open a Windows PowerShell window.
5. Type in ".\Hello.ps1" at the command prompt. You will see two commands from the script file get executed:
PS C:\fyicenter> .\Hello.ps1 Hello World! Address : www.microsoft.com ResponseTime : 30
If you are getting errors, see the next tutorial on how to fix it.
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