Thursday, May 30, 2013

Need to store Error prompts ?

You must have heard or read of using Start-Transcript and Stop Transcript to capture your entire PowerShell session. But if you want to capture only the output and error generated by a script, execute your scripts in below format.

PS> powershell.exe –noprofile –file c:\temp\Script.ps1 > C:\Temp\Log.txt

C:\Temp\Log.txt stores output of your script and the errors generated. This is useful when executing scripts for multiple computers.

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