- This article is deprecated and applies to JobScheduler releases up to 1.9
- Starting from JobScheduler Release 1.10.5 native support for PowerShell is available
- For detailed information see PowerShell Jobs
FEATURE AVAILABILITY STARTING FROM RELEASE 1.10.5
Execution of PowerShell scripts
JobScheduler needs the permission to execute PowerShell scripts. By default, Windows will not grant this permission to arbitrary programs.
To adjust the policy for using PowerShell you can use this .adm file: