Changing folder that powershell scripts are ran from.
Empire IT 3 years ago • updated by John McLaren 10 months ago • 1
We need the ability to change the folder from which the powershell scripts are ran. c:\windows\temp\screenconnect\(whatever version the agent is on) We can whitelist the folder in our antivirus software but each time the agent upgrades, the folder changes, which means we have to modify the existing whitelist everytime the agent updates. Please help eliminate some of the hassles purchasing your software has caused.
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Customer support service by UserEcho
I'm seeing this same issue, I would add that white listing c:\windows\temp\screenconnect would be a solution but also less secure, at the very least the temp path should contain the server ID just like the install path.