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This function is one of Plugins Operation.You can find the movie in ARGOS RPA+ video tutorial.


Author:  Jerry Chae

(warning) When you type your script directly to the “Script” text box, you are not allowed to use double quotation marks [“]. Please use single quotation marks [‘].

This plugin allows your bot to execute PowerShell scripts. It can either take the command (directly) or can take the script written in a text file. (.txt) The return values from the PowerShell (if any) will be returned as Return Value.

  • Here is more about PowerShell.

  • This website contains many PowerShell script samples

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Required Input

  • Script (either direct input of via text file (.txt)

  • Parameters that the Script can use (if any)

Output/Return Value

  • Return value from the PowerShell will be passed on to PAM’s Return Value.

How to set parameters

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  • Script: Check here when entering PowerShell script directly here.  PLEASE DO NOT USE DOUBLE QUOTATION MARKS [“]. Single quotation marks are accepted. [‘]
  • Script File: Check here when you are using a script from a text file. (.txt) -- Double quotation in the text files are accepted.
  • Script Params: If a script takes one or more parameters, enter here.
  • Result type: All return values from the PowerShell are just passed on to PAM’s Ruturn Value.

When your PowerShell script requires parameters to be passed on


  1. Use Script File as opposed to directly inputting the script statemen

(a)  Script Files can be edited and saved by Windows PowerShell ISE


2. Follow PowerShell script syntax to define variables/parameters

(a)  In example below, lines 2, 3, and 4 specifies the variables and parameters

(b)  They should be inserted in to STU’s parameter section like below

Script Params starts with 1 which goes to [0] in the script.

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