Using the Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted by Powershell

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    Hi,

    I just wanna know if it is possible to enable Powershell Scripts, by an Powershell Script?

    If i type in Powershell this "Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted" a new Confirmation pops up and i can Valide this with "Y" but is it possible that to make a Powershell Script so that it Validate automatically?

    Thank You Very Much 🙂

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    Set-ExecutionPolicy has a -Force switch to suppress the prompt. To avoid any problems with powershell preventing you from running a script file in the first place, you can use powershell.exe with its -Command parameter:

    powershell.exe -Command Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Force

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