Converting EXE back to PS1 file - Powershell Studio

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Converting EXE back to PS1 file - Powershell Studio

Post by Sebazz »


I compiled my source code into a EXE file using powershell studio, but accidentally deleted the source code. You can help me please ?



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Alexander Riedel
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Re: Converting EXE back to PS1 file - Powershell Studio

Post by Alexander Riedel »

Unfortunately we cannot provide source code to anyone who does not have a current license for the product used to package the script.
Source code, if retrievable, can only be provided to the licensed user of the software the package was created with.
If you have a current license, please make sure your SAPIEN User ID gets associated with that license.
If you need assistance for that process, please see here: ... ation-keys
or here for multi-user licenses: ... vation-key
Alexander Riedel
SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.