Example 2: Print a text file These commands show how to find the verbs that can be used when starting a process, and the effect of using the verbs to start the process. Process Start Info object for the process file and look in the Verbs property of the object.The available verbs are determined by the file name extension of the file that runs in the process. This example uses the Power file that runs in the Power Shell process.
Indicates that this cmdlet loads the Windows user profile stored in the HKEY_USERS registry key for the current user.The fourth command starts a Power Shell process with the Run As verb.The Run As verb starts the process with permissions of a member of the Administrators group on the computer.The third command starts a Power Shell process with the Open verb.The Open verb starts the process in a new console window.The following table shows the verbs for some common process file types. The available verbs are in the Verbs property of the Process Start Info object. Specifies the state of the window that is used for the new process.
To find the verbs that can be used with the file that runs in a process, use the New-Object cmdlet to create a System. The acceptable values for this parameter are: Normal, Hidden, Minimized, and Maximized.
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Example 1: Start a process that uses default values This command starts a process that uses the file in the current folder.
The command uses all of the default values, including the default window style, working folder, and credentials.
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