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Topic Title: Running powershell through Automate
Topic Summary: This activity requires PowerShell 2.0 or higher to be installed' error
Created On: 06/29/2018 03:45 AM
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 Running powershell through Automate   - IuriiIashshcenko - 06/29/2018 03:45 AM  
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Answer This question was answered by IuriiIashshcenko, on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 7:10 AM

Answer:
Hi,

yes, this workaround worked fine, thanks!
 06/29/2018 03:45 AM
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Hi,
I'm running the latest version of Automate 10 (10.7.0.3) on windows 2012R2.
Powershell version is 5.1
When I'm trying to add step with any PS script I get error what I need to have powershell 2.0 or higher
I saw this issue was fixed in Automate 10.5, but looks it is still there...
What can I do about it?
And one more question. How can I send variables from Automate to powershell script?

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