Powershell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language built on .NET. It is designed for system administration and automation. Powershell is widely used by system administrators and power users to automate tasks and configure systems.
In this article, we will show you how to run a Powershell script in Power Automate.
First, open Power Automate and click on the “Create” button.
In the next screen, select the “Powershell” trigger.
In the “Powershell” trigger, select the “Powershell Script” action.
In the “Powershell Script” action, paste your Powershell script.
Click on the “Create” button to create the flow.
Your Powershell script will now run in Power Automate.
Other related questions:
Can we run PowerShell script using Power Automate?
Yes, we can run PowerShell scripts using Power Automate.
How do I run a script in Power Automate?
There are two ways to run a script in Power Automate. The first way is to use the “Run a Script” action, which will run the script in the Power Automate environment. The second way is to use the “Execute a Process” action, which will run the script in a separate process.
How do I automate a PowerShell script execution?
There are a few ways to automate PowerShell scripts, including:
1. Use the PowerShell Scheduled Jobs feature.
2. Use the Task Scheduler.
3. Use a PowerShell module like PSAutoRunner.
4. Use a PowerShell script like Start-ScheduledTask.ps1.
5. Use a PowerShell workflow.
How do I run a PowerShell script from PowerApps?
There is no “PowerApps” cmdlet in PowerShell. You can, however, run a PowerShell script from within a PowerApps app using the Run an Azure Automation Runbook action.
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