In most cases, the permission to execute scripts is restricted. You can use the native PowerShell cmdlet
Get-ExecutionPolicy to check whether you have permission to execute scripts using your current account credentials and the native
Set-ExecutionPolicy cmdlet to specify an execution policy.
To check and update the execution policy for scripts
- Open the Centrify Audit Module for PowerShell.
- Verify you have permission to execute scripts.
Set‑ExecutionPolicycmdlet to change the execution policy. For example:
For more information about execution policies and the options available, use the
Verify you are in the directory where your scripts are located.
Execute the sample script.