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Hi,

When I click the button on my Winform it reads a Powershell string and executes just fine and displays the results to my out put textbox (textBoxOutput.Text)

The string:
C#

textBoxOutput.Text = RunScript("Get-Process -ComputerName NameOfComputer | Where-Object {$_.responding -eq $false} | Format-Table -AutoSize Status, ProcessName, Memory, CPU");


What I have been trying to do, is add a textbox to the form where I can enter the computername and pass it into the string above so I don't have to have the computername hard coded in the string.

Any help is appreciated.

Regards,

What I have tried:

C#

textBoxOutput.Text = RunScript("Get-Process -ComputerName + variable + | Where-Object {$_.responding -eq $false} | Format-Table -AutoSize Status, ProcessName, Memory, CPU");

I receive the error:

Error in script : A positional parameter cannot be found that accepts argument '+'.
Posted
Updated 4-Sep-16 0:13am

1 solution

Finally I got it to work:

textBoxOutput.Text = RunScript("Get-Process -ComputerName "+ textBoxScript.Text + " | Where-Object {$_.responding -eq $false} | Format-Table -AutoSize Status, ProcessName, Memory, CPU");

I was the double quotes.

Regards
 
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