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Is it possible to add a context menu item to the folders of a certain directory?

The user needs to be able to run a powershell script on a directory via a right click. However, the menu item only needs to exist for the children of one specific directory.

Please advise.

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closed as off topic by Shane Madden, squillman, Ward, rnxrx, HopelessN00b Aug 26 '12 at 22:06

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This may be a better question for the developer community at StackOverflow. I'm thinking you would have to develop a custom executable that was always included in an explorer context menu, but only showed it's menu item when the path matched what it expected (ie, the directory you care about). – Ashley Steel Aug 21 '12 at 18:03

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