I’m used to executing programs via Windows Command Prompt (cmd) by doing either
Setting the current directory to the executable location path, and then calling the executable
>> cd C:ParentFolderChildFolder
>> MyExec.exe /Commands
Entering the executable path and the executable in quotes
These options worked fine, but Powershell did not want any of it.
I found that this format was the way Powershell would play ball
Note the . before the executable. That’s the key.