I had the setting in my host modules, "upgrade to next major version"
In no way should this include Beta versions
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I hope this will help you
I know this is an older post, but I thought I'd share in case anyone else is curious.
I write our company's scripts in PowerShell. However, by default the execution policy is set to Restricted for our users. To circumvent this, I wrote .bat files that will call PowerShell with the appropriate execution policy (Bypass), download the scripts, and then run them. Setting the execution policy this way is only temporary. Syntax would look like
Powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -NoExit -Command "Invoke-WebRequest -Method Get -OutFile NAMEOFSCRIPT.ps1 -Uri 'DOWNLOADURL';.\NAMEOFSCRIPT.ps1"
The -NoExit flag is so the window doesn't immediately close, in case I need to check for error messages.
We're a Windows environment, so I have lots of generic utility scripts - stuff like installing our DNS filtering client, changing the hostname, elevating user privileges, etc.