You must set the PowerShell Execution Policy from Restricted to RemoteSigned or Unrestricted to allow local PowerShell scripts to be run.

About this task

For more information about the PowerShell Execution Policy, see Microsoft Technet article hh847748. If your PowerShell Execution Policy is managed at the group policy level, contact your IT support for about their restrictions on policy changes, and see Microsoft Technet article jj149004.


  • Log in as a Windows administrator.

  • Verify that Microsoft PowerShell is installed on the installation host before agent installation. The version required depends on the operating system of the installation host. See Microsoft Help and Support.

  • For more information about PowerShell Execution Policy, run help about_signing or help Set-ExecutionPolicy at the PowerShell command prompt.


  1. Select Start > All Programs > Windows PowerShell version > Windows PowerShell.
  2. For Remote Signed, run Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned.
  3. For Unrestricted, run Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted.
  4. Verify that the command did not produce any errors.
  5. Type Exit at the PowerShell command prompt.