FIM ScriptBox Item

Summary

If you you want to run a PowerShell script by just double-clicking it, you can do this calling the PowerShell script from a VBScript.
The VBScript code below shows an example for this.

To use the VBScript, save the VBS file in the folder where your PowerShell script is assign the name of your PowerShell script to the VBScript (with a .vbs extension) .

note Important
If you want to use a VBScript to run a PowerShell script, you need to enable this by setting the "executionpolicy" parameter on your computer. 
To do this, start PowerShell, and then type "set-executionpolicy unrestricted".
For more details, see Using the Set-ExecutionPolicy Cmdlet.

Script Code

Option Explicit
Dim oShell, appCmd
Set oShell  = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
appCmd      = "powershell -noexit &'" & Replace(WScript.ScriptFullName, ".vbs", ".ps1") & "'"
oShell.Run appCmd, 4, false

 

note Note
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