c:\windows\system32\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe "& 'c:\my dir with spaces\pstest.ps1' 'arg' 'arg' 'arg' "
Remember to open/close with double quote and use single quotes.
If you need to supply the quotes, remember it's 3 to escape for a single one!
Comment by EBGreen, on 9-Aug-2009 05:46
I'm not positive that I understand what you mean by this:
"If you need to supply the quotes, remember it's 3 to escape for a single one!"
But if you mean that you want to be able to have a double quote show up in a double quoted string, then using 3 quotes is the VBScript way. The Pwershell way is to use ` to escape the quote. As an example:
"There are `"quotes`" in this string"
I've found the single quotes easier to work with in this situation. This example is for when you're invoking a PS script from a command prompt too.
So to add the single quotes to the string, you need 3, eg. '''arg'''
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