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How to Run PowerShell Commands in "Command Prompt"
How to Run PowerShell Commands in "Command Prompt"
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How to Run PowerShell Commands in "Command Prompt"

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    • 1. POWERSHELLHow to run Powershell commands in“Command Prompt” Aman Dhally 4th November 2011 www.amandhally.net/blog http://newdelhipowershellusergroup.blogspot.com/
    • 2. Open “Command Prompt”• Go to “RUN” {Windows Key + R }• Type “CMD”• Now Click on “OK”
    • 3. PowerShell
    • 4. Run PowerShell Command• Now on “Command Prompt” type “Powershell.exe <cmdlet Name>”• For Example: “PowerShell.exe Get-Process”Its working 
    • 5. Thanks Aman Dhally 4th November 2011 www.amandhally.net/bloghttp://newdelhipowershellusergroup.blogspot.com/

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