Roll back Powershell Studio to 2019

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sddshondo
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Roll back Powershell Studio to 2019

Post by sddshondo »

I have recently downloaded Powershell Studio 202, but have realised that I cannot run most of my scripts as they have 32 bit cmdlts. The write up for 2020 says that 2020 is integrated for both 32 and 64 bit, but this appears not to be the case!
Please can you tell me how/where I can download Powershell Studio 2019 as apparntly this version still supports 32bit cmdlets

My current details are:
Product, version and build: Powershell Studio 2020
Operating system: Windows 10
PowerShell version(s): 5.7.182
32-bit version of software? 64bit

Thank you
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brittneyr
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Re: Roll back Powershell Studio to 2019

Post by brittneyr »

While we do not make a 32-bit version of PowerShell Studio, you can switch between installed PowerShell versions, including 32-bit and 64-bit, from the menu:
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If you switch to a 32-bit PowerShell version from here, do your scripts run now?

Previous versions of PowerShell Studio can be downloaded from your registered products page.
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