Test running Powershell script in a system context

To simulate your script running using scheduled tasks under the Local System account  run Powershell ISE (or powershell console, or cmd.exe)  in a system context and debug the script.
psexec.exe -s -i powershell_ise.exe

psexec.exe -s -i powershell.exe

psexec.exe -s -i cmd.exe

 

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