Hi y'all, I'm not too familiar with PS outside of using it for program cmdlets so I'm in need of a bit of guidance.
I frankensteined a script to create a form for a user to select a radio button, enter information into a text box, and when the OK button is hit to use that info to search for a specific file on a share. That portion works as intended, hoorah.
Problem is, I don't want the dialog to close after the OK button is clicked. I know it has to do with the button being set as the AcceptButton and the whole dialogresult bit, but everything I've tried to do with Add_Click to circumvent that hasn't worked either. The pastebin of the script is below if you'd like to offer some advice.
The script is basically executing line by line, so the code is just checking if the result is ok and then it finishes. Take a look at the code from Dan Potter in this post, which is generated from Sapien's Powershell Studio. When the button is clicked, it is executing a function using a event (_Click), so the script would not exit.