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Back in the saddle, the VB.Net SQL OLE-DB - DNS processing - Powershell script execution

Published: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 written by Andy Flagg
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Keywords: PowerShell, Execution scripts disabled, SQL, DNS, OLE-DB, VB.Net, DNS Processing



Well, I am back in the saddle after 3+ months off, managing and re-organization a few companies, and my clients and stakeholders are very happy.
 
Now, prior to, from processing terabytes of data, DNS and website data that is; another new phrase of research and development ensues. We have a ton of new advances to consider, a new set of policies and possible directives to present and publish, enact, and receive unanonymous support.
 
So, we are moving to a larger faster platform, and migrating my data sets and tools across several systems. In the midst of a major re-build, I came across this little tricket... for the hands on researcher, this is a 'oh yeah, i need to do that'. for the non-technical, they might say, 'uh, what? call the help desk.' for both, we find the answer and enable and post a tip and trick to something so minor yet important.
 
PowerShell says "execution of scripts is disabled on this system.”
 
Well, the simple answer is to execute the following with administrative privileges in powershell.
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned
REF:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4037939/powershell-says-execution-of-scripts-is-disabled-on-this-system
 
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