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cswannack (2) [Avatar] Offline
I have searched through the index of the Windows Powershell in Action book and cannot seem to locate how you would pass argument values into a script that you would execute from a windows command line:

Something like

powershell.exe restart_iexplorer.ps1 "-k", ""

I am sure it is there just not "seeing it".

Thank you.
Kiron (38) [Avatar] Offline
Re: Windows Execution of Scriptfiles and Aurgment Inclusion
If the script is in DOS prompt's current directory type a dot and slash before the script's name, if the script is in another location indicate the path to the script. Your example would executed like:

powershell <pathOfScript> estart_iexplorer -k

You can read about Scripts and their Arguments in §7.6; more specifically, §7.6.1 & 7.6.2

To read about calling PowerShell scripts --or commands-- from the DOS prompt, type the following in PowerShell:

powershell -help | more

I would also recommend to read these help contents in PowerShell (type help before each one):