Windows PowerShell 2.0 includes an Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE), that enables you to write, run, and test scripts and modules in a graphical environment. It has features such as syntax-coloring, tab completion, visual debugging, Unicode-compliance, context-sensitive Help, and a tabbed/multi-pane user interface. Windows PowerShell 2.0 adds an Edit command to context menu options for Powershell script, module, and data file types (.ps1, .psm1, and .psd1 extensions). “if you need to edit/test a script as an Administrator you would need to right click on the start menu icon for the ISE, run it as administrator, open the script in the editor, and navigate the Command Pane to the script’s folder to run it. So I created an Edit as Administrator PowerToy for these file types to shortcut this process. Install PowerShellEditAsAdmin.inf to use it,” explained Michael Murgolo.
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