Action powershell.exe with return code 4294770688

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  • I have a PowerShell script (that works). In Windows Task Scheduler I created a new task to execute "C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe", passing the argument as my PS1 script.When the task runs I get a Last Run Result of 0x1.. I updated my script to write to a log file when the script opens and that isn't happening.
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  • Task Scheduler successfully completed task "\VMware\VMDKs provision type report" , instance "{b77f8f70-b323-44de-a235-6150f48448d3}" , action "C:\WINDOWS\system32\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe" with return code 0.
  • Task Scheduler successfully completed task "\Check SCCM Client Health", instance " {f82bb62c-65e3-408c-8c26-2bd06c663a34}", action "powershell.exe" with return code 4294770688. Clearly not so successful. The return code, indicates that that the path to the ps1 isn't happy, but it WAS until something happened.
  • I am trying to schedule a job to run a batch file with Windows 10 Task Scheduler, but it results in return code 2147942401.. The batch file is on remote location so I am giving the absolute path "\\\server1\file transfers\data files\inbound\abc\csv\excel-to-csv.bat"If I run the batch script with command prompt then it work fine.
  • Task Scheduler successfully completed task "\ttest task" , instance "{4609e942-ef46-46ad-9e00-08c27c802e 88}" , action "C:\Windows\System32\Windo wsPowerShe ll\v1.0\po wershell.e xe" with return code 2147942401. that return code is pretty generic though. I have seen that lots of time on different issues.
  • For me, the task would sometimes work and sometimes wouldn't. According to the Scheduled Task History, when failing, it would appear as if it's been running for about 40 seconds, doing nothing, and completing action "C:\windows\SYSTEM32\cmd.exe" with return code 2147942401.
  • Re: The command (ps1) returned an invalid return code: -1966 by bwallace » Wed Mar 02, 2016 5:07 pm Arvind, thanks for posting the solution, hopefully that will be helpful for others down the line and also thanks rhassing.
  • The PowerShell script sits on a network share. Recently, we changed the share where our scripts are stored, and as a result we updated the task to point to the new script location. The task used to work, but now it throws a Last Run Result error, with the return code 0xFFFD0000. The task runs as SYSTEM. If I changed the task to run as my ...
  • (note the full path to powershell.exe – C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe) Now we have a scheduled task which will start PowerShell in designated time, every single day. Usually, this is not enough, and we need to add some arguments to the command running (like the path to the script we want to execute).
  • However, the Run Program action isn't happy with my PowerShell script. This is the output I'm getting: Created child process 8144 for program "C:\Windows\System32\WINDOW~1\v1.0\powershell.exe" and command line arguments "-executionpolicy bypass -file D:\Scripts\Success.ps1 -ComputerName client01 -TS "Windows 10 Upgrade"".
  • The reason that he suggested using -Command is because he needs a second command to return the exit code returned by the script file. Since -File will not result in the exit code being propagated, it doesn't satisfy OP's scenario. – bwerks Apr 20 '17 at 19:17
  • Running PowerShell.exe and getting return codes Welcome › Forums › General PowerShell Q&A › Running PowerShell.exe and getting return codes This topic has 5 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 6 months ago by
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  • On the good computers, the history tab, "Action competed" category it gives a return code of 0. On the faulty computers, it gives a return code of 2147942401 which googling tells me is an "illegal operation" but I haven't found a more precise explanation.
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Venus in 12th house synastry forumOn the good computers, the history tab, "Action competed" category it gives a return code of 0. On the faulty computers, it gives a return code of 2147942401 which googling tells me is an "illegal operation" but I haven't found a more precise explanation.
Returning an exit code from a PowerShell script seems easy… but it isn't that obvious. In this blog post I will show you an approach that works for PowerShell scripts that can be called from both …
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  • Running PowerShell.exe and getting return codes Welcome › Forums › General PowerShell Q&A › Running PowerShell.exe and getting return codes This topic has 5 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 6 months ago by
  • I am trying to schedule a job to run a batch file with Windows 10 Task Scheduler, but it results in return code 2147942401.. The batch file is on remote location so I am giving the absolute path "\\\server1\file transfers\data files\inbound\abc\csv\excel-to-csv.bat"If I run the batch script with command prompt then it work fine.
  • One executes the command script, the other one does not. I can tell because both command scripts redirect their output to a log file. One does what it's supposed to (i.e. a weekly backup), the other does not (I.e. copyying a file each night). It still records the task as successfully completed with the return code mentioned in my initial post.

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Running PowerShell.exe and getting return codes Welcome › Forums › General PowerShell Q&A › Running PowerShell.exe and getting return codes This topic has 5 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 6 months ago by
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I ran into this once and the problem was a space in one of the directories messed up the path to the powershell script so the script was never executed, my solution was to call the Powershell EXE directly with the following settings: Launch a program: Directory: C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0 File: PowerShell.exe
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Code language: PowerShell (powershell) This checks the registred handler to see if scriptProcessor contains x:\php73\php-cgi.exe* . If so, recycle that website's application pool (assuming the website and apppool names are the same).
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The process exited with exit code 4294770688. My run program action has the following command. I ran it manually from the primary site server and confirmed that it completes successfully and delivers the email. Task Scheduler Return Code 4294770688 Coupons, Promo Codes 11-2020. Top Offers From www.couponupto.com · LazyAdmin.nl is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. LazyAdmin.nl also participates in affiliate programs with Microsoft ...
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The PowerShell script sits on a network share. Recently, we changed the share where our scripts are stored, and as a result we updated the task to point to the new script location. The task used to work, but now it throws a Last Run Result error, with the return code 0xFFFD0000. The task runs as SYSTEM. If I changed the task to run as my ...
  • Hello all, I have an OSD task sequence deploying Windows Server 2008 R2. All is well, SCCM client gets installed, SCOM agent gets installed, drivers get injected. Now theres also a Powershell script which fails with errorcode 1. For the life of me I havent found a clue as to where the problem lie... Nov 28, 2010 · I came across a situation the other day that on a Windows Server 2008 R2 box, when I created a Scheduled Task to run a Powershell script, it runs OK using “C:\\Windows\\System32\\WindowsPowerShell\\v1.…
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  • Sep 20, 2017 · Scenario 2 (Process completed with exit code 4294770688, not working) : In production, task sequence was deployed using this setting: Download all content locally before starting task sequence. Why scenario 2 failed? This is what happened: Download all content locally before starting task sequence.
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  • Jan 31, 2017 · VS Code runs as a 32-bit process, so the default behavior of the PowerShell extension is to run the 64-bit powershell.exe from c:\Windows\sysnative so that the 32-bit version doesn't get run by default. There are two things you can try: Change the powershell.useX86Host setting to true
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  • powershell.exe-noprofile C:\path_to_script\ script.ps1 You will only receive either 0 or 1 when you now check the exit code from within your batch file using the %ERRORLEVEL% environment variable. This is because PowerShell by default only differentiates between failure and success.
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