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Passing Multiple Arguments to a Powershell Activity/script


I have a simple Powershell script that I am using to check a users
current group membership. I am able to pass a single argument via the
arguments field on the "Run Script on Aegis Server" field. I'd like to
pass a second argument. How should the two arguments be formatted in
the Arguments field?

Both arguments are Activity Output parameters.

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Re: Passing Multiple Arguments to a Powershell Activity/script

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Re: Passing Multiple Arguments to a Powershell Activity/script

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Re: Passing Multiple Arguments to a Powershell Activity/scri

Hi,

Passing arguments you basically need to separate each argument with a space. However its best practice also to put double quotes around each argument as there may be the possibility that an argument itself contains a space - especially where results are dynamic coming from an activity output where you may not be certain/have control of the output formatting.


So like :

"arg1" "this is arg2" "arg3"


Martin
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