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I'm building a PowerShell command that uses dataontap get-naQuotaReport() cmdlet. Based on a number of factors there is no way to completely validate the volume and qtree names in advance so I need the command to be executed and to either work (if /vol/volume/qtree exists) or fail if they don't (i.e.; get-naquotareport returns nothing). I spent awhile trying to catch an error condition with try/catch but it doesn't seem to work and other discussions here indicate it won't work anyway. So the only way I find to determine failure is to look for the case where get-naQutaReport returns nothing (or the [string]$qrObject is ""). I can detect that condition properly and log it with Get-WFA-Logger but how do I make the command return an error status to WFA, go red and stop further workflow execution? I'm trying 'exit 1' which doesn't seem to do it and have no other ideas.