I write scripts for Automation in windows using powershell scripting.
I have a scenario where i have to run a powershell script as one user then restart the system login as administrator and resume the script from where it left off .
Once I login as administrator then i'll be deleting that local user from which I initiated the script that is why I am switching the user.
I know that once we switch user using a system restart the shell is also changed .
I know that it is possible to Reboot and Resume the script within the same user.
How can I Reboot > Switch User (Administrator) > Resume running Script ?
You can't. Each PS Session is user specific. In order to take further actions as another user, you must start a new session. You of course can start a session from an existing session. You must pass code to the next session that you want to run.
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