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I have a file screen configured with a notification to write an event to the event log. I also want to configure that same file screen, using power shell, to run a power shell script. Does anyone know how I can add an action to a file screen template or a file screen??

I used the following to create my event notification action.

$EventNotification = New-FsrmAction Event -EventType Warning -Body $EventMessage

Then the following to add it to my File screen template:

New-FsrmFileScreenTemplate -Name $fileTemplateName -IncludeGroup Group1,Group2 -Active: $true -Notification $EventNotification

But when I create an action to run my power shell script I cannot figure out how to add it to the template, or just a file screen.

This is what I am using currently, how do i apply it to a template or file screen?

$CommandAction = new-fsrmAction -Type Command -Command $PowerShellPath -CommandParameters $cmdparam 

Additional info:

$PowerShellPath =
    C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe

$cmdparam =
        c:\scripts\script00113.ps1
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  • I may have found my answer: edugeek.net/forums/how-do-you-do/… $command = New-FsrmAction Command -Command "C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe"-CommandParameters "-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -command &{C:\Disconnect-SMBShares.ps1 -username '[Source Io Owner]'}" -SecurityLevel LocalSystem -KillTimeOut 5 -RunLimitInterval 0 – veel84 Jul 5 '17 at 15:44
  • If this worked for you please update the question with the answer below. You are free to answer your own questions! – Persistent13 Jul 28 '17 at 20:28
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I found my answer at this link http://www.edugeek.net/forums/how-do-you-do/159149-cryptolocker-prevention-3.html

$command = New-FsrmAction Command -Command "C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe"-‌​CommandParameters "-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -command &{C:\Disconnect-SMBShares.ps1 -username '[Source Io Owner]'}" -SecurityLevel LocalSystem -KillTimeOut 5 -RunLimitInterval 0

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