Automatic Script Signing On Save in Powershell Studio 2017

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RaymondTH
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Automatic Script Signing On Save in Powershell Studio 2017

Post by RaymondTH » Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:54 am

Hi we are currently looking to replace our aging PowerGUI with a new Powershell editor, We require the execution policy to be AllSigned for all computers even our test environment this means that script signing is a must.

Power GUI had an add-on to automatically sign scripts as soon as they were saved from the local user certificate store. Can you confirm if there is a similar feature in this product ?

Requiring the user to do this manually every time a script is run is not something I can ask the script craters to do when they already have this feature and an older product.

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Re: Automatic Script Signing On Save in Powershell Studio 2017

Post by davidc » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:58 am

Absolutely. You can configure PowerShell Studio or PrimalScript to automatically sign on Save.

In PowerShell Studio go to Options->PowerShell->Windows PowerShell Security:
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You can access the options from the Ribbon File menu or Ribbon->Home tab->Windows->Options.
David
SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.