Calling an executable from PowerShell is easy - most of the time, you just put an
& in front. But it gets tricky when you need to pass in a variable length list of parameters. This blog post shows you how.
Exit code 0 in PowerShell can signify anything from "the script ran perfectly" to "your script is so horribly broken that Windows needs to be treated for PTSD". Here's how we handle it in Octopus.