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When you end the session, the items are deleted. You can use the profile as a logon script to customize the environment. Another common use for profiles is to save frequently-used functions, aliases, and variables. The profiles are listed in precedence order. Profiles and Execution Policy The PowerShell execution policy determines, in part, whether you can run scripts and load configuration files, including the profiles. The Profile Files PowerShell supports several profile files. And, it explains the effect of the PowerShell execution policy on profiles.

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When you save the items in a profile, you can use them in any applicable session without recreating them. You do not have to set it when you open the console, and you do not have to store a Set-ExecutionPolicy command in your profile. Also, PowerShell host programs can support their own host-specific profiles. A Set-ExecutionPolicy command sets and changes your execution policy. To begin, open a program that can start PowerShell, such as Cmd.

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How to use a profile Many of the items that you create in PowerShell and most commands that you run affect only the current session. AllUsersAllHosts How to create a profile To create a PowerShell profile, use the following command format: if! The session-specific commands and items include variables, preference variables, aliases, functions, commands except for , and PowerShell modules that you add to the session. Type: PowerShell -NoProfile For a complete list of the parameters of PowerShell. It explains how to use the NoProfile parameter of the PowerShell console PowerShell. It prevents all scripts from running, including the profiles.

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Long Description You can create a PowerShell profile to customize your environment and to add session-specific elements to every PowerShell session that you start. How to start a profile When you open the profile file, it is blank. For example, the PowerShell console supports the following basic profile files. We use dot sourcing operator so that the profile executes in the current scope on the remote computer and not in its own scope. For example, Visual Studio Code supports the following host-specific profiles. Replace the value of the placeholder with the path to the profile file that you want to create.

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A PowerShell profile is a script that runs when PowerShell starts. AllUsersAllHosts To apply the changes, save the profile file, and then restart PowerShell. Profiles and remote sessions PowerShell profiles are not run automatically in remote sessions, so the commands that the profiles add are not present in the remote session. Put items that are specific to a host application, such as a command that sets the background color for a host application, in a profile that is specific to that host application. It is one of the few commands that applies in all PowerShell sessions because the value is saved in the registry.

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To save these items and make them available in all future sessions, add them to a PowerShell profile. Here are a few suggestions to get you started. To run a profile in a session, use the cmdlet. . Test-Path -Path { New-Item -ItemType File -Path -Force } For example, to create a profile for the current user in the current PowerShell host application, use the following command: if! How to edit a profile You can open any PowerShell profile in a text editor, such as Notepad. The NoProfile parameter To start PowerShell without profiles, use the NoProfile parameter of PowerShell.

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The Restricted execution policy is the default. However, it does not create the profiles for you. You can also use the Run dialog box in Windows. PowerShell supports several profiles for users and host programs. However, you can fill it with the variables, aliases, and commands that you use frequently.

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This topic describes the profiles, and it describes how to create and maintain profiles on your computer. You can add commands, aliases, functions, variables, snap-ins, modules, and PowerShell drives. You can also add other session-specific elements to your profile so they are available in every session without having to import or re-create them. The first profile has the highest precedence. .

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