Windows 10: How to run PowerShell Scripts without Signing in Windows 10

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    How to run PowerShell Scripts without Signing in Windows 10


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    Windows PowerShell is a powerful terminal from Microsoft which allows you to automate and script tasks on Windows machines and interact with many of the applications available on them. It is a huge improvement over Command Prompt and is mostly aimed towards developers. While there are people who are unaware of its true power, those […]

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  2. Powershell Scripts in the Windows 10 OS and script execution policy of "Allow only Signed scripts"

    We have the group policy " Turn on Script execution" enabled and set to "Allow only Signed scripts".

    Will this affect the powershell scripts used in the Windows 10 operating System or does windows have something inbuilt that overrides the settings we apply. I'm thinking that it would block even the W10 built in scripts.

    An example of what I am talking about are the 246 .ps1 files in the various diagnostic directories in c:\windows\diagnostics\system\ . our diags never come back with issues even when deliberately disabling components before running.

    other areas that Powershell scripts live that I have found with a quick search -

    C:\Windows\WinSxS\wow64_microsoft.powershell.odatautils_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.17763.1_none_d60dcab1d9234fab

    C:\Program Files (x86)\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\Microsoft.PowerShell.Operation.Validation\1.0.1\Diagnostics\Comprehensive

    C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules - various folders in here.

    Do we need to sign all powershell scripts that come with the OS?

    Does Microsoft have a method of doing this?

    Is there a list of script files that come with the OS so we don't just do a sign all approach, then find we have signed malware files.

    we could probably configure something in the build task sequence to sign what is there initially. Is there any plan in place for Microsoft to start signing their scripts?

    Will this be an ongoing process as updates are applied and files replaced, do we need to have a process in place to sign all PS1 files in the OS?
     
    Paul Klerkx(psk), Jun 20, 2021
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  3. Powershell scripts not running on windows 10

    I have powershell scripts already created. I used to be able to run them on my previous pc which had windows 7 but now I am using a pc with windows 10 and I am unable to run the same scripts on windows 10 environment.

    Please help
     
    Mzwandile Ngubane, Jun 20, 2021
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