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I intend to run a little Powershell script after the Snapmanager job - like we all know, there is that checkbox "run command after operation" to call an external program or script.
But pointing to my script triggers no action.
At a second look, this is not surprising much: also when calling it from a DOS-box the syntax is "powershell <path-to-script>".
So I tried pointing to the powershell.exe in %systempath%\windowspowershell\v1.0\ and specify the path to my script as parameter.
But adding the parameter in the line "Specify full path to the program...." together with the powershell.exe-path generates an error "invalid location".
Adding the parameter into the field "Command arguments" results in the error "Invalid command arguments: Unable to find the matched SnapManager variables."
So: anyone got an idea how to invoke a powershell-script in a SnapManager job?
Did you try:
powershell.exe -command " my code here "
You need the -command parameter.
Thanks for the input.
I will try it.
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