I have a PowerShell script I wish to use to automate something. I run it by right clicking on it and choosing "Run with PowerShell".
I have run Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass in both 32- and 64-bit PowerShell, and verified it with Get-ExecutionPolicy.
Still, the first time I try to run the script after every reboot, I get this prompt:
If I just close the PowerShell window and run it again, there is no prompt. Whether I enter Y or N to the prompt, the script runs.
There is nothing funny in the script, just `echo "Test"`. The same thing happens on three different computers, Win 8.1, Win 10 and a virtualized Win 10. All of them have PowerShell 5.0.
What am I doing wrong? How can I get rid of this prompt?
Does the script itself include Set-ExecutionPolicy?
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