PowerShell script blocks can also be assigned to variables. By assigning the script block to a variable allows you to call the script whenever you need it by using that variable. Based on the above examples we can keep our script blocks in variables like below: Code:
Windows recently launched a feature named AppLocker . As its name suggests it simply restricts the executables and applications those can run on the system or user account. Features. Applocker provides different restrictions according to following situations. Which user have access to the application? Which users can install new application?
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If using Windows 8 (and up) and PowerShell V5 in combination with AppLocker’s default allow policies, CL mode is the default language mode. If using Windows 7 or lower, you can set the environment variable via Group Policy: Computer Configuration > Preferences > Windows Settings > Environment