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I am having an issue when I compile my Script with V2 Host (Command Line) (for compatibility reasons) and attempt to start a transcript to collect the console messages. The script works just fine when running thru the normal PowerShell Console, but when I run as the compiled file. No issue with the V3 (Command Line) Host, but the servers I am working with do not like it.
What do I need to select to debug this; or is this a issue with the compiler?
Powershell Studio 2017, V5.4.132
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ERROR: Start-Transcript : This host does not support transcription.
ERROR: At line:15 char:17
ERROR: + Start-Transcript <<<< -Path $($folder + '\psTranscript.log')
ERROR: + CategoryInfo : NotImplemented: (:) [Start-Transcript], PSNotSupportedException
ERROR: + FullyQualifiedErrorId : NotSupported,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.Start
ERROR: Stop-Transcript : This host does not support transcription.
ERROR: At line:33 char:16
ERROR: + Stop-Transcript <<<<
ERROR: + CategoryInfo : NotImplemented: (:) [Stop-Transcript], PSNotSupportedException
ERROR: + FullyQualifiedErrorId : NotSupported,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.StopTranscriptCommand
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The V2 compiler does not support transcripts like it says in the error. Tu will need to use a V3 or later version.
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