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Right click open new powershell file open in PSIDE

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Matt Williamson

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I'm still running windows 10 and I'm currently still running psh 5.6 due to company policy. I have local admin on my machine so I can write to the registry. I'm trying to figure out the quickest way from explorer to do a right click create new powershell script and open it in PSIDE automatically. I've seen it done before I just can't find the steps or a .reg file to add it.

I tried adding this just to get open a new .ps1 file

Code:
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.ps1\ShellNew]
"NullFile"=""

Nothing happened.

Any help appreciated.

Matt
<p>I'm still running windows 10 and I'm currently still running psh 5.6 due to company policy. I have local admin on my machine so I can write to the registry. I'm trying to figure out the quickest way from explorer to do a right click create new powershell script and open it in PSIDE automatically. I've seen it done before I just can't find the steps or a .reg file to add it.</p>
<p>I tried adding this just to get open a new .ps1 file</p>
<pre><code>[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.ps1\ShellNew]
"NullFile"=""
</code></pre>
<p>Nothing happened.</p>
<p>Any help appreciated.</p>
<p>Matt</p>
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