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Is there any way to run PowerShell Core 6 or 7 from a standard Bamboo script task on a Bamboo agent that works on Windows Server 2016 LTSC (I guess same will apply to Windows Server 2019)?
I went through task documentation and I discovered that there's no mention about support for these PowerShell versions.
PowerShell 6 and 7 are more robust and have lots of improvements if we compare them with PowerShell base 5.1 (which was shipped in windows server 2016).
However, Microsoft had changed significantly a way of installation and even PowerShell.exe named differently:
It looks like it won't work by default.
So, any ideas or road maps about this?
Hi @Vitalii C_
Assuming you have done a standard installation of PowerShell Core on your build agent image, then it should work if you place your PowerShell in a script file, then using cmd.exe task, run it like so
pwsh.exe -File yourscript.ps1
If using Linux build agents with PowerShell core, you can inline PowerShell script with the appropriate shebang in a shell script task
Happy New Year and Merry Christmas.
Thanks for sharing.
But my question is not about proxy call from command task, but about ability to run inline/file PowerShell script with a script task.
So, again, thanks for sharing.
I have the same idea about file-based proxy call approach if I will figure out that my scenario above is not an option.
Also, I will mark you reply as "accepted", because it's covering part of the solution.