#requires -RunAsAdministrator

Just a tip #2

When PowerShell requires to execute the script with elevated permissions then add #requires statement in the beginning of the code…

#requires -RunAsAdministrator
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

For more details about #requires, run the help command below…

Get-Help about_requires

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