Worth noting is that to be able to run powershell scripts on a default Windows 7 you need administration rights to change the powershell Execution Policy “Set-ExecutionPolicy”.
A non-administrator can run scripts regardless of execution policy by running the script using the following command:
powershell.exe -executionpolicy bypass -file SCRIPT.ps1
You are correct that to change the execution policy setting for the entire system you must be an administrator, however, a non-administrator can bypass this setting for individual scripts.
So my old 32bit PE tools will not be loaded in a 64bit environment?
Can you contact me off-list?
I’m not sure how to contact you off list on WordPress. If you reach out to me on twitter @JosephBialek I can help you out.
Are you running 32bit PowerShell? They won’t load in 64bit PowerShell.
Very nice talk at Defcon!
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