Adding execution bypass to existing script

Rick Someone 411 Reputation points

I see that most posts use examples of executionpolicy unrestricted -force and then point to a ps.1

I have a PowerShell script I want to run but I'm wondering if I can put the bypass right in the script I'm trying to run. Such as:

  1. set-executionpolicy unrestricted -force
  2. Get-appx...blah blah.....

I am wishing not to have one script invoke another, but have it all in one script. Or how would I add this to a batch file if needed?

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