Windows 10: Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ”

Discus and support Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Alright this is one big problem in my opinion that Microsoft needs to address immediately. Steps to reproduce this: powershell> Invoke-WebRequest... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by rumour6, Jul 30, 2015.

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    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ”


    Alright this is one big problem in my opinion that Microsoft needs to address immediately. Steps to reproduce this:
    powershell> Invoke-WebRequest "anywebsitewithcookies.com" (Let's do microsoft.com for example)
    What happens is that you get the following warning:

    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” [​IMG]

    Now this is just horrible. Why Microsoft thinks this is acceptable is beyond me, however in Windows 8.1 there was a workaround. If you went into:
    Control Panel > Internet Options > Privacy

    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” [​IMG]

    You could set cookies to be accepted all the time. This was the only way to get rid of this message and still retain DOM parsing functionality. -UseBasicParsing isn't a solution for me, because I want to use the functionality of what Invoke-WebRequest returns without basic parsing.
    However now in Windows 10 Microsoft decided to get rid of this slider for whatever reason:

    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” [​IMG]

    This problem can be reproduced on every Windows 10 machine and completely destroys how Invoke-WebRequest can be used in a silent scripting environment, because the script hangs and waits for the dialog to be answered. Is there a way to still set Cookies to be accepted for all like in 8.1? I tried every setting in Internet Options in Windows 10, but nothing holds the key. I believe they stopped using it and perhaps moved that setting elsewhere, but I can't find it. Microsoft Edge doesn't have many settings either, so none of them were helpful.
    This is just infuriating. Any help would be highly appreciated, as this will create quite a chaos in many environments.

    :)
     
    rumour6, Jul 30, 2015
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  2. Can’t connect securely to this page. "site uses outdated or unsafe TLS security settings" "Your TLS security settings aren’t set to the defaults"

    Good idea! However, in order to use it you need to create a credential for Invoke-WebRequest -Credential to use.

    Ref

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27951561/use-invoke-webrequest-with-a-username-and-password-for-basic-authentication-on-t
    (BING search for

    invoke-webrequest credential

    )

    <quote>

    $cred = Get-Credential

    Invoke-WebRequest -Uri
    'https://whatever' -Credential $cred

    </quote>



    Good luck

    Robert

    ---
     
    Robert Aldwinckle on forums, Jul 30, 2015
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  3. Windows 10 Internet Options ~ Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning”

    Alright this is one big problem in my opinion that Microsoft needs to address immediately. Steps to reproduce this:

    powershell> Invoke-WebRequest "anywebsitewithcookies.com" (Let's do microsoft.com for example)

    What happens is that you get the following warning:

    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” [​IMG]

    Now this is just horrible. Why Microsoft thinks this is acceptable is beyond me, however in
    Windows 8.1 there was a workaround. If you went into:

    Control Panel > Internet Options > Privacy

    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” [​IMG]

    You could set cookies to be accepted all the time. This was the only way to get rid of this message and still retain DOM parsing functionality. -UseBasicParsing isn't a solution for me, because I want to use the functionality of what Invoke-WebRequest returns
    without basic parsing.

    However now in Windows 10 Microsoft decided to get rid of this slider for whatever reason:

    Windows 10 Powershell Invoke-WebRequest “Windows Security Warning ” [​IMG]

    This problem can be reproduced on every Windows 10 machine and completely destroys how Invoke-WebRequest can be used in a silent scripting environment, because the
    script hangs and waits for the dialog to be answered. Is there a way to still set Cookies to be accepted for all like in 8.1? I tried every setting in Internet Options in Windows 10, but nothing holds the key. I believe they stopped using it
    and perhaps moved that setting elsewhere, but I can't find it. Microsoft Edge doesn't have many settings either, so none of them were helpful.

    This is just infuriating. Any help would be highly appreciated, as this will create quite a chaos in many environments.
     
    Johnathan87, Jul 30, 2015
    #3
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